Act Security Launch Campaign To Fix Security Industry - Tomorrow 23rd October 2009 - Views: 216 Security officers will tomorrow launch a campaign to reform Canberra's ailing security industry. On top of the list are pushing shonky operators out of the industry and fair pay and entitlements, including portable long service leave.
$6000 Fine For Underpaying Bingo Caller 23rd October 2009 - Views: 420 Raymond Bruce Snell, of Grose Vale, near Richmond, was fined $6368 in the Chief Industrial Magistrate’s Court in Sydney after he admitted being involved in the underpayment.
$113,000 Back-pay For 32 Casino Workers 22nd October 2009 - Views: 269 The national pay protector has recovered $113,000 in back-pay for 32 workers at a company in the regional NSW town of Casino.
Figures Are Promising, But Is It Any Easier To Return To Work After Injury? 21st October 2009 - Views: 216 WorkCoverSA are positive that they are moving in the right direction, while the state opposition claims this is due to workers being removed from the scheme, shown as a significant rise in redemption payments.
Shaping A Career In Hairdressing 19th October 2009 - Views: 245 Finding an apprentice with the right stuff has never been more challenging in the current hairdressing skills shortage. With demand for employable hairdressers at all levels increasing, quality, qualified graduates are more important than ever.