In Today's Media

WA job market surges as mining downturn gives way to green shoots (19/09/2017)
Zaun Bhana saw the carnage of Western Australia's mining downturn firsthand.
Source: ABC

Male primary school teacher numbers dropping, will be 'extinct' by 2067, study finds (19/09/2017)
The number of male teachers is dropping so dramatically there will be none left in Australian primary schools within 50 years unless governments take action, researchers say.
Source: ABC

Working Sydney: Part-time work rising fastest, with biggest jobs growth in Western Sydney (19/09/2017)
Part-time work rising fastest, with biggest jobs growth in Western Sydney
Source: ABC

Staff at Melbourne retirement village walk out amid unpaid wage claims (18/09/2017)
Staff at a private Melbourne retirement village have walked off the job, claiming they have not been paid in months.
Source: ABC

Tasmania Police admits there's more to be done to encourage women into senior ranks (18/09/2017)
Tasmania's Police Commissioner acknowledges more work is needed to encourage women to reach higher ranks in the force.
Source: ABC

Pregnant women, mothers 'still the target of discrimination in the workplace' (18/09/2017)
It's the overheard discussion between two professional women that has heads shaking.
Source: ABC

Google accused of 'segregating' female employees into lower-paying jobs by lawsuit (18/09/2017)
Google is being accused by three former female employees in California of discrimination against women within the workplace.
Source: ABC

Payout to Tassal worker sacked for sick day sends mixed message: Chamber of Commerce (15/09/2017)
A decision to award a Tasmanian employee more than $8,000 after being sacked for calling in sick with a hangover sends a "confusing message" to employers, Launceston's Chamber of Commerce says.
Source: ABC

Unemployment rate steady despite 'phenomenal' jobs boom; underemployment stays high (15/09/2017)
Australia's unemployment rate has held steady at 5.6 per cent in August, due to the creation of more than 54,000 jobs, most of them full-time.
Source: ABC

Bus union, Brisbane council reach in-principle agreement in pay dispute (15/09/2017)
The bus union and Brisbane City Council have reached an in-principle agreement on a three-year wage and conditions deal that may now end an 11-month-long industrial dispute.
Source: ABC

457 visa: Restaurateurs say changes to foreign worker permit will hurt food industry (14/09/2017)
Some of Australia's top restaurateurs are warning their businesses are being put at risk due to an extreme skills shortage in hospitality that is being exacerbated by the Federal Government's drastic changes to the 457 visa program.
Source: ABC

CFMEU facing millions in penalties over unlawful industrial action in 2014 (14/09/2017)
The CFMEU and union officials are set to pay in excess of $2 million in penalties over unlawful industrial action at the Barangaroo site in Sydney.
Source: ABC

Aeroflot flight attendants win compensation over uniform size (13/09/2017)
A Russian court has ruled the airliner Aeroflot cannot tell its staff what clothes size to wear.
Source: BBC

Company 'phoenixing': New laws to target dodgy company directors (13/09/2017)
Tough new laws will be introduced in a bid to crack down on dodgy company directors and their advisers.
Source: ABC