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TV weatherman sacked over leaked webcam pics | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – NY1 News sacked weatherman Erick Adame after nude pictures of him on a private webcam sex chat were sent to the news station and to his mother.

Don’t Trust Your HR Department | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Workers beware! – A company’s HR Department is there to protect the company – not you.

The Liberal’s 30 Years War Against Workers & Unions | Supportah TV

Sally McManus, Secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions, reveals the Liberal Party’s strategic 30 Years’ War against workers rights and the union movement.

New Minimum Wage For Gig Economy Workers | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Employment Minister Tony Burke is set to introduce new protections for gig economy workers including a minimum wage, in addition to superannuation and leave entitlements in some cases.

Wage Theft Now A Crime | PODCAST

PODCAST – Wage theft is now a crime in Queensland and Victoria. Industrial advocate Miles Heffernan from Supportah explains the changes and how it is now easier than ever for workers to recover their stolen wages.

How Alan Joyce Screwed His Workers & Ruined Qantas | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Qantas once had the reputation of the best airline in the world, but as of June this year, it was ranked one of the worst. The failure of Qantas to provide even basic levels of service in 2022 can be traced back more than a decade, when CEO Alan Joyce set out to break his unionised workforce and replace them with cheaper contract workers.

Minimum Wage Increase What You Need To Know | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – The national minimum wage in Australia increases today to $21.38 an hour or $812.60 a week. Find out what you need to know to ensure that you are paid your proper wages and entitlements.

Should You Sign A Non-Disclosure Agreement? | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Non-disclosure agreements or confidentiality agreements are standard practice in sexual harassment, bullying and discrimination settlements, however, many experts are now calling for them to be banned.

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