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Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former State Political Reporter and Education Editor.
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Patricia Rosas has a second job as a cook on Saturdays to supplement her salary as an early childhood educator.
Unions across NSW including the NSW Teachers Federation are rallying against the Baird government's plans to privatise the work of prison teachers.
The head of Surf Life Saving NSW embezzled more than $3 million before he resigned from his job in July.
You are just as likely to come up against a psychopathic boss in your office as you are in the prison population.
Heidi Sundin remembers biting the bullet and confronting a former employer about a male colleague who was being paid more for the same work she was doing.
Most people injured on the road face losing their common law rights to sue insurance companies for ongoing medical costs and lost wages.
New research shows young Australian women are just as successful as their male peers at asking for and negotiating a pay rise.
Naomi Moon is one of thousands of Generation Y and baby boomers leaving traditional jobs to become their own boss.
Ricci Bartels spent 26 years helping other people find a job before she joined the unemployment queue five years ago.