If unions were stronger, wages may not have stagnated and people might be willing to work in the horticulture industry.
Botany and Kurnell are clear of ships. But, hey, it's been a long time since a Liberal leader had a chance to hurl abuse at a union.
Don't be surprised if employers use the recession to employ more casuals and outsource more work.
Vale David Graeber, a man who helped us see through the bullshit.
The Age has been quick to target an 'unethical' workers comp scheme — forgetting, maybe, how hard it fought to deny a former journalist compensation for years of psychological trauma.
This is not the time for governments to freeze wages. They should be helping economic recovery, not undermining it.
The legal industry is eyeing the litigious possibilities that COVID-19 will leave behind. One major opportunity: class actions by employees against employers.
Evidence is mounting that COVID-19 could leave long-lasting health effects on many sufferers. How will the government support these 'long-haulers' post-pandemic?