Charlie Lewis November 10, 2017
Crikey speaks to a series of New Zealand employment law experts to gauge the impact of the living wage on their country.
Charlie Lewis November 3, 2017 8 Comments
The Australian Council of Trade Unions' call for a living wage in Australia goes against what they've asked for for the last 20 years, according to one of Australia's pre-eminent workplace academics.
Josh Taylor June 7, 2017 2 Comments
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said parole laws need to be overhauled after Brighton terror siege, Adani coal mine gets green light but needs cash. It's the news you need to know, by Josh Taylor and Max Chalmers.
Crikey Intern April 7, 2017 6 Comments
It's National Youth Week. But how can young people celebrate when the government is implementing policies that are actively working against them? Crikey intern Alice Rennison reports.
Bernard Keane March 30, 2017 26 Comments
The government has resorted to 1970s-style "breadwinner" arguments to urge against a minimum wage rise that would benefit women and young people.
Glenn Dyer November 10, 2016
Voters approved recreational marijuana in California yesterday, and four states also approved minimum wage increases.
Josh Taylor May 13, 2016 1 Comment
The historic contest for the federal seat of Brisbane shows just how far both major parties have come, according to Liberal candidate Trevor Evans. Evans was tapped in April to run as the Liberal National Party candidate for the seat of Brisbane after the surprise retirement of sitting member Teresa Gambaro earlier this year. Evans […]
Crikey April 13, 2016 9 Comments
There is an indisputable link between rate of pay and safety, writes OHS expert Professor Michael Quinlan of the University of New South Wales.
Crikey Intern September 2, 2015 5 Comments
Serving mediocre, overpriced junk food might not be the worst offence committed by 7-Eleven. Former employees are claiming systemic underpayment. Crikey intern Marc Sudholz explains.
Bernard Keane February 3, 2015 7 Comments
Today's Essential Report shows Malcolm Turnbull is still the preferred leader of the Liberal Party, but Julie Bishop is closing in, while Tony Abbott flounders.