Employment
Dutton's negligence haunts 2022-23 Migration Program

The allocation for partner visas may have been increased to clear Peter Dutton's illegally engi ...  
Australian migration levels still lagging behind pre-COVID rates

At a time where labour shortages are causing headaches for businesses, migration levels remain ...  
Skilled migration: Business wants the benefit but not the burden

Due to the decline in skilled temporary visa holders, business lobby groups are asking the Gove ...  
Business leaders must step up to stamp out workplace racism

Racial discrimination remains a massive problem in Australian workplaces — research puts one in ...  
Government needs to focus on ageing population in the labour market

The growing elderly population in the labour market will be critical to offsetting the negative ...  
Changes to industrial relations to hurt workers and employers

The current Federal Election campaign has seen the major parties battle on several issues, with ...  
Claims that minimum wage rise risks 'runaway' inflation bogus

The war over wages has become central to public debate in the lead-up to the Federal Election ...  
Anne Ruston tries to outdo Morrison and Frydenberg on greatest deceptions

Falsehoods foisted on voters by the Liberal Party are multiplying rapidly.  
Morrison’s 1.3 million jobs promise depends on net migration

Scott Morrison has announced he will create 1.3 million jobs over five years — but how would ...  
Rethinking customer relationships in Australian hospitality

Critically unpacking customer service in hospitality and equalising the playing field to be ...  
Morrison and Frydenberg's only economic success isn't even true

There is less to Australia’s jobless situation than the Coalition and the craven mainstream ...  
Josh's jobless jargon

Josh Frydenberg's claims of the Coalition's economic accomplishments crumble under scrutiny.  
Scott Morrison is out of touch with his feminine side

Scotty from Marketing can’t recognise the inequality, bias and dangers that women face.  
Adani's promise of jobs doesn't add up

Despite being subsidised by the Queensland Government, it appears the Adani mine in central ...  
All-time worst economic outcomes under Morrison and Frydenberg hit 60

The number of published results of the Coalition’s economic mismanagement which are the worst on ...  
Workers suffer when their employers drive climate emergency

Working for an entity that upholds ethical values such as environmental sustainability is essen ...  
Business groups call for higher immigration 'facile'

Since late last year, various business lobby groups are pressing for higher levels of immigrati ...  
Agriculture Visa policy tarnished by political deals

Australia's Agriculture Visa policy is in disarray, writes Abul Rizvi.  

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