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The $150-an-hour lawyers threatening to quit
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The $150-an-hour lawyers threatening to quit

A 10-year pay freeze has private lawyers like Anastasia Marrone reassessing the legal aid work they do.

  • by Anna Patty

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Boss who treated workers like 'family' fined more than $200,000
Fair Work

Boss who treated workers like 'family' fined more than $200,000

The former operator of a hotel has been fined $211,104 after the alleged deliberate exploitation of two Malaysian employees of Chinese descent.

  • by Anna Patty
Senior moments: get used to seeing more grey hair in the workplace
Good Weekend

Senior moments: get used to seeing more grey hair in the workplace

While some Australian companies welcome older employees, ageism at work is rife.

  • by Greg Callaghan
Cooking up great careers
Education

Cooking up great careers

The hospitality industry is booming and opportunities about for young people.

  • by Kristie Kellahan
Discovering the inside view of radiology
Health

Discovering the inside view of radiology

Radiologists need intense concentration skills and the ability to perform delicate procedures under pressure.

  • by Josh Jennings
Pressure mounts on federal Labor to pledge to criminalise wage theft
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Pressure mounts on federal Labor to pledge to criminalise wage theft

The ALP is facing mounting pressure to commit to introducing tougher laws against wage theft

  • by Anna Patty & Noel Towell
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Labor promises to jail bosses over wage theft
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Victorian election

Labor promises to jail bosses over wage theft

Ten years behind bars and huge fines for worst underpayment offenders under a re-elected Labor state government.

  • by Noel Towell & Ben Schneiders
Strike interrupts bank note printing for first time in a century
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Strike interrupts bank note printing for first time in a century

Workers employed by the RBA have gone on strike for a bigger wage rise.

  • by Swati Pandey
Red Cross apologises for accidentally underpaying staff

Red Cross apologises for accidentally underpaying staff

Staff were underpaid an average of $1800 a year, the mistakes revealed after a review the Red Cross payroll system.

  • by Anna Patty
Are we all strategically aligned on the future of words?

Are we all strategically aligned on the future of words?

There may come a point in the future where children know only vague definitions.

  • by Jonathan Rivett
Telling stories for life

Telling stories for life

All you need is a vivid imagination and plenty of enthusiasm.

  • by Laura McGeoch