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Guards' Back Pay Won Back

Guards at Wilson Security have won a fight for back pay!  When Wilson guard's new agreement was approved this year, guards working at sites contracted before 2017 were entitled to... Read more

Radiation therapy members win fair rosters

Radiation therapy members at Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) have successfully opposed a harsh rostering system. SCUH management’s solution to meet increased demand for radiation therapy services was to propose... Read more

TAX CUT DOES NOT MAKE UP PENALTY RATE PAY CUT IMPOSED FROM TODAY


Hospitality workers waking up to a harsh and unfair pay cut today will still be out of pocket even if they receive the full tax cut for low and middle-income... Read more

United Voice Ballot Notice


On 8 May 2019, the National Union of Workers and United Voice filed an application with the Fair Work Commission (FWC) for submission of amalgamation to ballot. You can download... Read more

NEW FINANCIAL YEAR DELIVERS FULL PENALTY RATE PAIN

United Voice, the union for hospitality workers, has challenged Scott Morrison to hand back his $10,769 pay rise while 700,000 workers face a penalty rate cut. The new financial year... Read more

Education members win new EBAs

United Voice Teacher Aides and School Cleaners campaigned hard for new enterprise agreements that offer improved pay, training and career progression, on top of existing rights and conditions. The Queensland... Read more

A Win At The Lost Dogs Home

Lost Dogs Home is one of Australia’s oldest animal shelters. The staff care about the work they are doing, looking after lost or starving animals. But behind the scenes something... Read more

Disability Members Stop Privatisation

United Voice members employed by Disability South Australia were recently successful in stopping the privatisation of essential public disability services in South Australia. In June 2018, the Marshall State Government... Read more

AMBULANCE CALL ANSWERED

Stress, time pressures and the resulting fatigue experienced by under-resourced Queensland ambulance crews will be eased thanks to 200 extra paramedics announced in the state’s budget this week. Expanding communities... Read more

Statement by United Voice

Trade unionists strive every day for a society that is fair and equal, a society where people work and live in safety and where we treat others with dignity and... Read more

PM GETS A PAY RISE, WORKERS GET A PAY CUT

On the same day the Prime Minister enjoys a salary increase of more than $10,000, about 700,000 retail and hospitality workers will have their pay cut. Read more

Ross wins his job back

Ross Wunungmurra is a Patrol Officer in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. In a rush to complete his time sheet, Ross accidentally filled out the week he had actually been away.... Read more
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