All public schools around the state will provide minimal supervision for students when teachers take industrial action on Thursday morning over pay and conditions.
Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former State Political Reporter and Education Editor.
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It was only when a customer spat in his face that Jack Burrows found himself struggling to deliver service with a smile.
Close to a third of Australian workers are missing out on $3.6 billion a year in superannuation entitlements and many do not even realise they are being underpaid, a new report reveals.
The proportion of IT professionals from India granted 457 visas and put on base salaries of $53,900 or less has tripled under the Coalition government.
Business leaders including "Twiggy" Forrest and faith groups have joined forces to calling for new legislation to outlaw modern slavery and forced labour which is on the rise.
IT professionals are being hired on 457 visas in preference to Australian workers at the same time the NSW government outsources public services.
Cuts to penalty rates would increase shareholder profits or result in negligible savings for customers who shop at major retailers including Myer and JB Hi-Fi, new analysis shows.
The management of the NSW postal union meets today to decide the future of its boss after revelations he faced domestic violence charges nine years ago.
NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro is "concerned" 600 electricity worker jobs will be lost in regional areas, but says his government supports Essential Energy's aim to minimise electricity prices for consumers.
A new internship scheme threatens to exploit young people on wage rates below the national minimum award, a peak community services organisation has warned.