A Crikey reader asks: is it time to clean house? Plus other responses to last week's stories.
The only possible strategic response to this assault on workers' rights is wildcat strikes.
In the last five years Australia has enjoyed a period of industrial relations peace that no one would have believed in the 1980s.
Greg Hywood wasn't always an executive who wanted to fire people and cut newsrooms to an anaemic level. Once upon a time he stood up for workers' rights.
Forget what you read in the newspapers. The number of days lost to industrial disputes reduced significantly in the past quarter, part of an overall long-term trend downwards.
It’s hard to think of a major figure from Australian trade union history who wouldn’t fall foul of the current building industry code, writes Jeff Sparrow.
With the economic slump hitting jobs hard, workers around the world are rediscovering the power of direct action.