Are you being paid for the hours you have worked? Are you receiving all your entitlements? Many nurses have questions about their payslips so The Lamp has provided a practical guide to help you. When you receive your payslip, do...
Don't allow Premier Barry O'Farrell to introduce laws into parliament that will cut the wages and conditions of thousands of public sector workers. With a stroke of a pen -Barry O'Farrell will determine your rights at work As you may...
About 130 NSW Nurses Association (NSWNA) members at a major Sydney private hospital operator - Macquarie Hospital Services have started voting on whether to take industrial action to improve their pay rates and protect various allowances they currently receive. The...
The NSW government has tabled a draconian bill targeted at the wages and conditions of public sector employees. The bill strips the NSW Industrial Relations Commission of its independence. The government will be able to dictate to the IR Commission its...
The Australian Services Union is running an equal pay case in Fair Work Australia for their members who work in the Social and Community Services sector. The majority of these workers are in carer roles both at professional and vocational...
Tamworth nursing service SOS Nursing and Home Care Service and its managing director Rosemary Hyles were yesterday both fined a total of $29,000 by the Federal Magistrates Court for contravening the company’s collective workplace agreement when they unilaterally reduced the pay...
A number of Enterprise Agreements in the private sector are due to expire in 2011, including Ramsay, which has 26 facilities in NSW. A Log of Claims Committee has been elected to identify terms for new agreements. During April and...
Five nurses in West Papua have been jailed by the Indonesian government for taking industrial action. Australian Unions and the Australian Nursing Federation (ANF) are calling for the immediate release of theses nurses. The nurses and midwives at the DokII Hospital...
Bargaining by members at Healthscope private hospitals has won good pay rises, setting a benchmark for the private hospital sector. Members at Healthscope private hospitals are celebrating a 3.85% pay rise in 2011 and 2012 as part of their renewed...
Deputy Premier and Minister for Health Carmel Tebbutt announced this month that a re-elected Keneally Government would invest $6.85 million over four years to employ 15 refugee health nurses across NSW to undertake health assessments for refugees. The additional refugee...