Anna Patty is Workplace Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She is a former State Political Reporter and Education Editor.
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Anna Patty A NSW union official allegedly spent tens of thousands of dollars of union money on tattoos, dating websites, LEGO, sunglasses, Tiffany jewellery and other goods apparently for personal use.
Anna Patty The national construction union has rebutted a call for its official to face criminal charges for bribery.
Anna Patty Paramedics are fighting to retain their death and disability insurance benefits, which they believe should be equal to those received by other emergency workers including police and firefighters.
Anna Patty Former police officer Amy Shaw says she finally "broke" after her exposure to murders, suicides, brawls, sieges, domestic violence assaults and fatal accidents.
Anna Patty Corporations must consider the causes of workplace stress as well as ways to alleviate it, sceptics say.
Anna Patty One of Australia's last surviving ANZACS, Alf Carpenter, has a clear memory of hundreds of parachutes falling from the sky and the hospitality of the people he fought to save in Crete.
Anna Patty and Tim Binsted Australia's steel industry has been given a boost with a $60 million state government payroll tax relief to BlueScope Steel saving thousands of jobs.
Anna Patty Patrick Scala is one of 6000 injured workers left in limbo after a NSW court decided they could not top up their lump-sum compensation payment if their condition deteriorated.
Anna Patty and Ben Schneiders Embattled Victorian MP Cesar Melhem has denied the Australian Workers Union issued bogus invoices under his leadership
Anna Patty The royal commission into union corruption will consider recommending criminal charges against NSW CFMEU official Darren Greenfield in relation to alleged bribes he took from construction underworld...
Anna Patty The national secretary of the HSU says it appeared that Michael Lawler and Kathy Jackson were trying to repair their public reputations on Four Corners.
Former Cleanevent finance manager Julianne Page admits Australian Workers Union deal was not a good look
Anna Patty Only "savvy" workers would have realised the bad deal they were on, the trade union royal commission hears.
Baiada labour hire companies continue to exploit overseas workers despite Fair Work Ombudsman warning
Anna Patty Australia’s biggest chicken supplier is facing allegations its contractors are exploiting foreign workers and using bogus business addresses, despite promising to improve standards months ago.
Anna Patty With eight fatalities in three years, the government has issued a work safety warning about fork-lift trucks.
Anna Patty Embattled Victorian MP Cesar Melhem travelled to America and spent a week in his home country Lebanon at the expense of glass manufacturer, ACI when he was a union official, the royal commission...
Anna Patty The former chief executive officer and human resources manager of glass manufacturing company ACI said they knew nothing about the company's payment of close to $500,000 to Bill Shorten's branch of...
Anna Patty A former manager of the construction company Thiess John Holland has admitted the firm issued bogus invoices to hide payments to the Victorian branch of the AWU when Bill Shorten was its state...
Anna Patty A Sydney Ugg boot retailer has been fined more than $10,000 for paying a young overseas worker just $8 an hour instead of the standard $22 rate to which she was legally entitled.
Mike Baird urged to buy local steel to keep Bluescope alive: BIS Shrapnel report shows local procurement works
Anna Patty, Workplace Editor Premier Mike Baird has been urged to using NSW steel for its future infrastructure projects in response to a new report which shows a local procurement policy could help save the Illawarra steel...
Anna Patty The deal has been signed in secret without explanation says the ACTU.