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Published: 28 June 2019 8:40am
As a global robotics report warns that the main occupations production workers are moving to are among the most vulnerable to automation, an Australian academic is urging the adoption of policies to ensure disadvantaged workers are not left behind.
Published: 18 June 2019 1:26pm
Most workers on digital platforms are paid per task or job and 40% do not know what they earn per hour, according to Australia's largest national published survey of on-demand work.
Published: 15 May 2019 12:43pm
Annual growth in private sector rates of pay excluding bonuses has hit a four-year high for the second successive quarter, rising 2.4% to March, according to ABS data released today.
Published: 20 February 2019 12:48pm
Growth in private sector rates of pay excluding bonuses has edged up to 2.3% a year, the fastest annual rise in four years, according to ABS data released today.
Published: 21 January 2019 2:05pm
Queensland employers will have to pay a substantially higher base salary for newly-hired HR and IR managers, according to a remuneration survey released today.
Published: 20 December 2018 11:53am
Average wage increases in private sector agreements approved in the September quarter have reached 3% a year for the first time since 2016, according to Jobs Department data released today.
Published: 13 December 2018 8:01am
Less than 2% of private sector workers will be covered by agreements by 2030 if the current rate of decline in bargaining continues, according to new analysis by the Centre for Future Work.
Published: 05 December 2018 12:18pm
Labour costs continue to fall as company profits and productivity rise, according to ABS data released today.
Published: 04 December 2018 11:12am
Newly-released ABS data confirms the stagnation of wage increases in the private sector, according to analysis by the Centre for Future Work.
Published: 29 November 2018 3:03pm
The legal definition of employee should be broadened to cover anyone who agrees to supply their labour, according to a new book on addressing Australia's wage stagnation.