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As you know the Hodgman government has given up on bargaining and decided it wants to refer the wage dispute to the Industrial Commission for arbitration. The CPSU has sought legal advice on the Section 61 arbitration process and it’s clear that as is a legal process we need to ensure any referral is done […]
In the last decade more Australians are reporting that they’re underemployed – that they want more work hours. That’s according to Australian Bureau of Statistics data released on Monday. In 2009 7.6 per cent of Australia’s total labour force reported they were underemployed – this has risen to 8.2% in 2019. This year there were […]
Since 2011 Tasmanian governments have capped the wages of Tasmanians working in the public sector, like rangers, health professionals, teachers and nurses, at 2% per annum. Premier Will Hodgman plans to continue this 2% cap until at least 2023. For many of these Tasmanians this means a struggle to make ends meet while the cost […]
JOIN THE MOVEMENT FOR CHANGE: https://changetherules.org.au/ CHANGE THE RULES FOR BETTER JOBS, BETTER SERVICES Australian Unions pushing for a better public services and jobs A big chunk of the Australian Unions’ Jobs You Can Count On Strategy is dedicated to improving public services and the jobs that deliver them. The jobs you count on […]
The services you deliver each day rely on jobs you can count on. Unions believe you deserve jobs that pay a decent wage, are secure and allow you to live quality lives. This is what the Tasmanian unions Jobs You Can Count On campaign is all about. Unions Tasmania Secretary Jessica Munday: “Tasmanian Unions […]