The Electrical Trade Union has spat at accusations by Deputy Chief Minister Dave Tollner of “union cronyism” at Power and Water.
Source: NT News
Forests Minister Leon Bignell has confirmed Forestry SA is keen to cut almost 100 jobs in South Australia over the next two years.
Source: ABC
The Federal Government program aimed at creating 2000 new Tasmanian jobs has generated just 25 positions in its first three and a half months.
Source: The Mercury
Public Employment Commissioner Craig Allen has made a revised enterprise agreement offer to Northern Territory teachers.
Source: ABC
Unions alarmed by prison overcrowding in Victoria have warned the Tasmanian Government against going down the same sentencing path.
Source: The Mercury
Calls are growing for a public service super department to put all the Commonwealth's back room functions under one massive roof.
Source: Canberra Times
Forestry SA jobs in regional areas could be on the chopping block, with claims the forest plantation manager is seeking approval of the South Australian government to halve its workforce.
Source: Adelaide Now
More than 400 federal public servants are languishing in employment limbo after they lost their jobs but were kept on the government payroll.
Source: Canberra Times
A big surge in the number of young Tasmanians classed as long-term unemployed has been described as alarming by a major national welfare group.
Source: The Mercury
The Australian dollar has hit a new high for the year and financial markets are betting on higher interest rates after a shock unemployment result suggested the jobs market had turned the corner.
Source: SMH
The closure of car manufacturing could cost Australia nearly 200,000 jobs and $29 billion in lost economic output, a new report predicts.
Source: ABC
Sometimes the only thing worse than having an HR department is not having one.
Source: The Wall Street Journal from The Australian
The Abbott Government will pay the unemployed to get a job plus cover removalists’ fees, bond and rent for others who relocate to get work.
Source: NT News
Generation X Australians should be prepared to work until age 70.
Source: NT News
Western Australia's health minister has denied that private contractor Serco has been stripped of some non-clinical services at Perth's new Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Source: WA Today
A big surge in the number of young Tasmanians classed as long-term unemployed has been described as alarming by a major national welfare group.
Source: The Mercury
Tasmanian hotels are among thousands in Australia that will shut their doors or cut services over Easter because they will have to pay staff up to 275 per cent of their normal pay, says a national industry survey.
Source: The Mercury
The number of young people facing long-term unemployment in Australia has tripled since the global financial crisis, according to a new analysis of Australian Bureau of Statistics data.
Source: The Age
The Australian dollar has hit a new high for the year and financial markets are betting on higher interest rates after a shock unemployment result suggested the jobs market had turned the corner.
Source: SMH
A new labour agreement in France means that employees must ignore their bosses' work emails once they are out of the office and relaxing at home – even on their smartphones.
Source: The Guardian
The Australian dollar has hit a new high for the year and financial markets are betting on higher interest rates after a shock unemployment result suggested the jobs market had turned the corner.
Source: SMH
A union says the Correctional Services Department is "playing with statistics" with its denial South Australia's prisons are beyond capacity.
Source: ABC
Former Holden workers who took early redundancy packages and started looking for new jobs are warning those yet to leave the carmaker to prepare for the possible shock of hard times ahead.
Source: ABC
Official unemployment figures in South Australia have jumped to their highest level in more than a decade.
Source: ABC
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