In a recorded phone call to voters, Labor leader Bill Shorten said that “cuts to penalty rates will rip off 700,000 workers”. Is that true?
Many African countries are still searching for inclusive commercial farming models that can bring in private investment without dispossessing local people.
There is lingering anger among journalists made redundant that expertise and experience seem to have become disposable assets in newsrooms.
Many refugees are unable to use the skills and knowledge they have brought with them and obtain work equal to their experience.
A universal basic income would enable people to embrace the gig economy and give them greater leverage in the jobs they choose.
What happens to China's millions of university graduates.
Employing Syrian refugees is not the same as protecting them.
In a highly individualistic world where work prevents us from spending time with friends and family, a universal basic income could change society.
Estimates released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics suggest that the number of direct full-time equivalent jobs in renewable energy activities has continued to fall from its 2011-12 peak.
The wealth bonanza enjoyed by top flight football clubs does not trickle down to many of their employees.
Today, the U.S. is leading the robotics revolution. But without timely investment, China will overtake us, and could permanently put Americans out of work.
Higher child support payments actually lead to an increase in the employment rate of single mums, research finds.
The UK government's U-turn on a national insurance increase for self-employed people exposes the flaws in its approach to building a stronger and more inclusive economy.
Changes to the national insurance tax for self-employed people was one of the most controversial parts of the 2017 spring budget.
In the lead up to the state election, Western Australian Labor leader Mark McGowan said WA has the highest unemployment rate in Australia. Is that correct?
New research finds there are significant risks and uncertainties in the complexities of national and international tax systems as applied to internationally mobile employees.
The obstacles workers face in successfully pursuing their entitlements and the inadequacy of our current penalties to deter underpayments means problems with franchises will remain.
The Fair Work Commission's latest decision to cut certain Sunday and public holiday penalty rates continues a tradition of undervaluing young workers.
Psychologists rank job insecurity as one of the most stressful things about work – new research uncovers why.
Fewer than half a million people are currently receiving the new, simplified benefit according to newly released data.