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The National Minimum Wage Increases Today | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – The new national minimum wage takes effect from today, increasing by $18.80 a week. Australian employment lawyer Stephen Dryley-Collins tells employers and employees what they need to know about the changes.

Deliveroo Rider Wins Landmark Case | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Deliveroo rider Diego Franco has won a landmark unfair dismissal case against the food delivery company. The Fair Work Commission found that Franco was an employee, and not an independent contractor, meaning he is entitled to unfair dismissal protection, along with minimum wage, holiday and sick leave superannuation and workers compensation.

Shocking Wage Theft Violence | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Mobile phone footage captures the shocking moment a young worker is assaulted in an Adelaide bubble tea shop, allegedly during an argument over unpaid wages.

Pauline Hanson Sells Out Older Workers | STV News

STV News – In a last minute back-flip, Pauline Hanson voted against amendments to the JobMaker wage credit legislation that would have protected older workers from being replaced by young people eligible for the wage credit.

Rockhampton COVID-19 Nurse Cleared Of Wrongdoing | STV News

STV News – The Rockhampton nurse who continued to work in an aged care home while infected with COIVD-19 has been cleared of wrongdoing.

Ellen’s Apology Slammed! | STV News

STV News – Comedian Ellen DeGeneres has apologised for the toxic workplace that existed behind the scenes of her long-running talk show.

Why Australia Post Is Failing To Deliver | STV News

STV News – Australia Post says it’s so short staffed as it copes with an unprecedented amount of mail and parcels during the coronavirus pandemic, that it’s asking its office workers to deliver mail in their own time.

JobKeeper and JobSeeker payments cut back – what you need to know | News

The JobKeeper and JobSeeker payments will be cut back after September, but will remain in place until the new year.

The government announced the changes today as coronavirus continues to impact the economy, and unemployment continues to rise.

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