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WorkChoices hits women hard: study
Women in low-paid industries, such as retailing and aged care, have lost up to $100 a week in earnings since the introduction of the Work Choices legislation, a report on a nationwide study to be launched in Canberra today says.
 
Companies under scrutiny
More trolley collection companies in South Australia could face legal action for underpaying workers after an investigation by workplace safety authorities.
 
US low paid workers warn of the danger of a low minimum wage
WHEN unions organised a tour of Australia by a group of low-paid US workers to warn about the dangers of eroding the minimum wage, few might have thought Ian Harper would help to shine a light on their campaign.
 
Work life 'out of balance' under WorkChoices
Workers are doing more hours and have less family time under new workplace changes, a parliamentary inquiry has been told.
 
NSW Women suffering under WorkChoices
A new report has found that New South Wales women in lower-income jobs have been badly affected by the Federal WorkChoice laws.
 
Telstra legal risk over spy bugs
TELSTRA faces a police investigation after being accused of threatening and heavy-handed conduct by installing surveillance devices in the cars of company technicians without their genuine consent.
 
$6 an hour deal baffles pizza shop teenager
Brentwood teenager Kurt Pollie was baffled when the pizza shop he had just started working for asked him to sign an Australian Workplace Agreement that would see him earn just $6 an hour, be contracted for five years and be on call 24 hours a day.
 
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