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Five fresh facts you might not know about inequality
Opinion
Opinion

Five fresh facts you might not know about inequality

Superyachts are getting bigger, as is inequality. What could make Australia more equal?

  • by Andrew Leigh

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Turnbull calls out 'extraordinarily high' CEO pay
Malcolm Turnbull

Turnbull calls out 'extraordinarily high' CEO pay

PM Malcolm Turnbull says executive pay rates are “extraordinarily high” after a report confirmed pay for the top 100 company bosses increased 12.4%

  • by Nassim Khadem
Domino’s Pizza boss in the dough with $36.8m payday
Domino's Pizza

Domino’s Pizza boss in the dough with $36.8m payday

Don Meij was the highest-paid top 100 CEO with a pay packet more than 400 times the full-time average wage.

  • by Nassim Khadem
Four ways to stop restaurants like Rockpool ripping off workers
Opinion
Opinion

Four ways to stop restaurants like Rockpool ripping off workers

The government's response to the wage theft crisis is inadequate but there are ways to make a difference.

  • by Stephen Clibborn and Chris F Wright
'Utterly callous': Trump's former personal driver sues for unpaid overtime
Donald Trump

'Utterly callous': Trump's former personal driver sues for unpaid overtime

Donald Trump's personal driver for more than 25 years says the billionaire didn't pay him overtime and raised his salary only twice in 15 years.

NAB yields to pressure and stops sales bonuses for frontline staff
National Australia Bank

NAB yields to pressure and stops sales bonuses for frontline staff

NAB will overhaul how bonuses are determined for branch staff, cutting the importance of financial targets to put greater emphasis on customer service.

  • by Clancy Yeates
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Childcare workers allegedly unpaid for a year of work
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Fair Work

Childcare workers allegedly unpaid for a year of work

Sydney childcare operator facing legal action over allegedly failing to pay two migrant workers for a year of work.

  • by Anna Patty
'Clear risk': Business groups say minimum wage rise could cost jobs

'Clear risk': Business groups say minimum wage rise could cost jobs

Employer groups have warned a 3.5 per cent increase in the minimum wage will stifle jobs and innovation and could send some businesses to the wall.

  • by Anna Patty
'Every little bit adds up': minimum wage to rise by $24.30 a week
Minimum wage

'Every little bit adds up': minimum wage to rise by $24.30 a week

Up to 2.3 million Australian workers, including the lowest paid, will pocket an extra $24.30 a week from next month.

  • by Anna Patty & Eryk Bagshaw
Lawyers threaten to walk away from legal aid
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Lawyers threaten to walk away from legal aid

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

  • by Anna Patty
Poverty pay: Food delivery riders fight for right to minimum wage

Poverty pay: Food delivery riders fight for right to minimum wage

Food delivery riders gave evidence to the Fair Work Commission on Wednesday as part of a bid to extend legal rights to minimum wage rates to contractors

  • by Anna Patty