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Australia's fair work ombudsman to audit councils' procurement processes
Supply Management

Australia's fair work ombudsman to audit councils' procurement...

It is important that local councils understand that when they sign low-cost contracts to buy in security services, they are not contributing to the underpayment of employees working for their sub-contractors, said Australia's fair work ombudsman ... Supply Management, 1 week ago

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Melbourne Age

What's fair in world of diving bank stocks?

Australian banks shares have been among the hardest hit in a violent rout of risk assets, which has wiped out $43 billion of value of the majors in August alone. In this context the $16 billion of capital raised by the big four banks until now ...
 Melbourne Age4 days ago What's fair in world of plunging bank stocks?  Canberra Times4 days ago What is fair in a world where bank stocks are plunging?  Sydney Morning Herald5 days ago
NEWS.com.au

Australia's great struggle — work more, have less

Source: Supplied THERE might be more of us working, but a vast proportion of Aussies still cannot afford the great Australian dream. According to a new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), there were 9.4 million ...
 NEWS.com.au1 week ago
Tasmania Mercury

Myer to make a merry Christmas

Developer Emmanuel Kalis, left, and Premier Will Hodgman inspect work on the Myer redevelopment. Source: News Corp Australia HOBART shoppers and businesses are being promised an extra merry Christmas this year. The city's new $100 ...
 Tasmania Mercury1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Transfield recruits migrant labour despite large-scale redundancies in Victoria

Infrastructure giant Transfield is recruiting temporary migrants to work on some of Australia's largest electricity networks less than two months after slashing 120 jobs in Victoria. An entire division of Victorian powerline maintenance workers ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 days ago Transfield recruits migrant labour  Sydney Morning Herald2 days ago
I Grafix

PIAA wins for employers

PIAA says it has secured a major victory for employers at the Fair Work Commission in defeating an AMWU application to vary the Graphic Arts Printing and Publishing Award 2010. The variance was to provide time-off in lieu of overtime at the ...
 I Grafix2 days ago
Anthill Magazine

4 great funding options that are often overlooked by small businesses in Australia

It's fair to say not too many Australian SMEs keep their bank manager high on their Christmas card list. Whether it's a reasonable perception or not, banks are often seen as not giving a fair go to the average Aussie start-up or small business. ...
 Anthill Magazine4 days ago
Pro Bono Australia

Book keeper

- 17:18 Organisation: Fair Agenda Are you a Not for Profit: Yes Location: Australia (Anywhere in Australia (can be done remotely)) Time required: 3 - 4 hours per month Duration of project: 1 year Contact name: Renee Carr ...
 Pro Bono Australia5 days ago
West Australian

WA ship work push as Canning poll looms (The West Australian)

The interstate war for lucrative warship contracts threatens to spill over to the battle for Canning, with business pushing Tony Abbott to promise WA gets its share of work before the by-election. The challenge comes as the Prime Minister prepares ...
 West Australian1 week ago Ship work push at Canning poll  West Australian1 week ago
Stock Journal Australia

Farming thirst sated in expansion

NEXT time you raise a glass of Australia's finest lager, there's a fair chance youve got northern NSW grain grower Stuart Tighe to thank. In less than 20 years, the 36-year-old has self-financed himself to become a large-scale cropping operation ...
 Stock Journal Australia1 week ago
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