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Workers win fight against penalty rates cut

Workers win fight against penalty rates cut

The Fair Work Commission on Friday rejected the Clubs Australia application to roll the registered and licensed clubs award into the hospitality industry award.

  • by Anna Patty

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Burnout, sleepless nights, no energy for sex: Welcome to life in China's Silicon Valley
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Burnout, sleepless nights, no energy for sex: Welcome to life in China's Silicon Valley

To get ahead in China's Silicon Valley, young workers with billion-dollar dreams are working the 996 schedule - 9am to 9pm, six days a week. And then there's the daily commute.

  • by Zheping Huang
Time for discussions over migration and needs of job market
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Time for discussions over migration and needs of job market

University academics Stephen Clibborn and Chris F Wright explore why many migrants work in poor quality jobs.

  • by Stephen Clibborn and Chris F Wright
Call to make wage theft an 'anti-competitive practice'

Call to make wage theft an 'anti-competitive practice'

Businesses doing the right thing are put at an unfair disadvantage, according to one cafe owner.

  • by Anna Patty
My colleague is overly competitive - do I ignore or confront?
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My colleague is overly competitive - do I ignore or confront?

What do you do if your colleague is constantly playing a game of one-upmanship?

  • by Jonathan Rivett
How to take first steps in career using healing power of nature
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How to take first steps in career using healing power of nature

Nature therapy guides help others heal and connect to the land, writes Sue White.

  • by Sue White
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Migrant mum dedicated to making a difference through education
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Migrant mum dedicated to making a difference through education

This teacher is bringing her passion for mathematics to rural NSW, writes Kristie Kellahan.

  • by Kristie Kellahan
'Franchise outlets are on notice': PappaRich operator faces allegations he underpaid 154 workers
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'Franchise outlets are on notice': PappaRich operator faces allegations he underpaid 154 workers

The Fair Work Ombudsman is taking legal action against a PappaRich restaurant operator, alleging he underpaid 154 workers $74,000 across three PappaRich outlets in Sydney.

  • by Anna Patty
Whip smart: Top teachers share similar traits
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Whip smart: Top teachers share similar traits

Passion in "huge dollops" is essential for teaching, writes Dana Plater.

  • by Diana Plater
Employers warn NSW Labor plans are 'bad for business'
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Employers warn NSW Labor plans are 'bad for business'

NSW Labor's plans to overhaul the state's industrial relations system would make labour laws too complex for employers to follow, according to the NSW Business Chamber.

  • by Anna Patty
Labor plan to overhaul and revamp industrial relations system in NSW
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Industrial relations

Labor plan to overhaul and revamp industrial relations system in NSW

Anti-discrimination laws would also be amended to protect pregnant women and those with family responsibilities in the private sector.

  • by Anna Patty