In Today's Media

Super changes seem daunting, but the basics haven’t changed (23/06/2017)
Next week we will see the introduction of another raft of significant changes to superannuation.
Source: The New Daily

Opinion: It’s past time for Channel Nine to show Sam Newman the door once and for all (23/06/2017)
If Australian television was like Survivor, John ‘Sam’ Newman would have been voted off long ago.
Source: The New Daily

'When we come after you, you'd better be careful': Union threatens ABCC inspectors at Melbourne rally (22/06/2017)
Victorian construction union leader John Setka has threatened to hunt down and "expose" Australian Building and Construction Commission inspectors, warning: "When we come after you, you'd better be careful."
Source: SMH

ABC management accessed staff emails without consent (22/06/2017)
ABC management signed off on requests to access the email accounts of current and former employees without their knowledge more than a dozen times in a two-year period, The New Daily can exclusively reveal.
Source: The New Daily

Struggling workers need more, not less, on their plates – and super rules aren’t helping (21/06/2017)
The drums are beating for overdue reform to super rules for Australia’s most vulnerable employees – especially younger workers and women.
Source: The New Daily

Nationals MP George Christensen crosses the floor to defend penalty rates (21/06/2017)
Maverick Nationals MP George Christensen has fired a warning shot at Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull by crossing the floor of Parliament to prevent impending cuts to penalty rates.
Source: The New Daily

Perth Mint staff may be forced to wear work-issued bras to improve security (21/06/2017)
The Perth Mint is considering a ban on all clothing containing metal, including underwire bras, in a bid to boost security.
Source: ABC

Victorian SES staff were underpaid by more than $220,000 over eight years, review finds (21/06/2017)
Dozens of Victorian State Emergency Service staff have been underpaid by a total of more than $220,000 over eight years, but will be compensated with interest, the organisation says.
Source: ABC

Liberal Senator pushes to scrap $450 super threshold (20/06/2017)
There is a glimmer of hope that the Turnbull government will heed calls from Labor and industry super funds to abolish an outdated superannuation rule that punishes casual workers.
Source: The New Daily

RBA boss tells workers to demand more money (20/06/2017)
Australia’s central bank boss has urged workers to ask for pay rises for the good of the economy – an extraordinary call likely to reignite the penalty rates debate.
Source: The New Daily

Perth trucking company Serin accused of ripping off workers with sham contracts (20/06/2017)
A Perth trucking company that carries out work for the RAC has been accused of using sham contracts to underpay its workforce by tens of thousands of dollars.
Source: ABC

Cold storage company blocked from locking workers out of bargaining (19/06/2017)
Australia's largest privately owned cold storage company has been stopped from transferring workers to a new labour-hire company to avoid negotiating a fresh enterprise agreement.
Source: SMH

'Sexist, evil company': Uber recruiters rebuffed by women they try to hire (19/06/2017)
​Last year, software engineer Elizabeth Ford got what many young engineers in Silicon Valley once considered the dream job pitch: Would she be interested in working at Uber?
Source: SMH

All-Indigenous refuelling crew shows fly-in, fly-out workforce not needed in Djarindjin (19/06/2017)
A reformed alcoholic is helping to turn around the fortunes of a tiny Aboriginal community in Western Australia's north, as it capitalises on a boom in the vast offshore gas reserves of the Browse Basin.
Source: ABC

Women over 50 are living out two fates that show feminism is an incomplete project (19/06/2017)
I was on The Drum last week with three other women of my vintage talking about some of the key issues that affect Australian women over 50, including ageing, work, money and relationships.
Source: ABC