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9 Dec 2021

Hunter Workers Rally for “5 Cents a Day” Paid DV Leave (Media Release)

Hunter Workers Rally for “5 Cents a Day” Paid DV Leave (Media Release)

24 Nov 2021

Hunter Workers calling for 10 days paid domestic violence leave

"We all have a part to play in ending violence against women in our communities."

Hunter Workers calling for 10 days paid domestic violence leave

19 Nov 2021

Hunter Worker's 152nd Anniversary

What’s in a name: An anniversary post courtesy of our Library Coordinator Sam

Hunter Worker's 152nd Anniversary

17 Nov 2021

Frontline workers face new barriers to workers compensation

Workers who are exposed to Covid-19 will now face additional barriers to accessing vital support and compensation

Frontline workers face new barriers to workers compensation

14 July 2021

HOW THE STORY OF “WOMEN OF STEEL” IS STILL RELEVANT TODAY

The issues raised and fought by women in the 80s aren't all relics of the past. Women are still to this day far worse affected by economic downturns like the one brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

HOW THE STORY OF “WOMEN OF STEEL” IS STILL RELEVANT TODAY

9 June 2021

HUNTER WORKERS CALL FOR MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE

Hunters Workers supports ACTU (Australian Council of Trades Union) urging the Fair Work Commission to increase minimum wage by 3.5% for Australian workers.

HUNTER WORKERS CALL FOR MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE

17 May 2021

GOVERNMENT IS THE REAL BLUDGER RESPONSIBLE FOR STAFF SHORTAGES

Since the Covid-19 pandemic struck and international workers left the country, Liberals have been quick to point fingers at unemployed jobseekers as the reason for staff-shortage woes. But the problem is far more complex than they’d like to admit… By Courtney Hardwick

GOVERNMENT IS THE REAL BLUDGER RESPONSIBLE FOR STAFF SHORTAGES