Thales Australia’s Carrington Site Transforms into Maritime Autonomy Hub, Boosting Defence

Thales Australia, a leading defence technology company, is embarking on an ambitious project that promises to invigorate the maritime industry and create economic opportunities in the Newcastle region. The company is in the early stages of developing a master plan...

Proposed “Right to Disconnect” Law Sparks Debate Over Work-Life Balance in Australia

A proposed rule change that could ban bosses from contacting employees outside their rostered work hours has ignited a passionate debate in Australia.  The proposed amendment to fair work laws, known as the "Right to Disconnect" bill, championed by Greens...

Australia’s July Job Figures Surprise with Unexpected Decline Amid Easing Labour Market

In an unexpected turn of events, Australia's employment sector witnessed an unforeseen decline in July, halting two months of robust growth. Contrary to a predicted 15,000 job increase, ABS data showed a drop of 14,600 jobs in July from June,...

Australia’s Job Market Faces Slowdown as Imported Unemployment Exacerbates Crisis

Australia's job market slowdown sparks wage and unemployment concerns. The influx of imported unemployed worsens, especially for Albo's backers, impacting work conditions and opportunities. Recent data from SEEK, a prominent employment platform, reveals that the number of job applicants has...

Gen Z Women Embrace ‘Lazy Girl’ Jobs, Questioning Work Culture Norms

Many young women from the Gen Z generation are steering away from the conventional grind of long work hours, opting for what they've dubbed "lazy girl jobs."  Gabrielle Judge, a 26-year-old from Colorado, exemplifies this movement. After quitting a demanding...

Young Workers Embrace Job Flexibility Amid Changing Career Landscape

In the face of an ever-changing job market, young adults like 19-year-old Madelyn Long are embracing the idea of a versatile skill set rather than committing to a single career path. According to recent statistics referenced by the University of...

Commonwealth Bank to Cut 251 Jobs Amidst Rising Profits and Union Opposition

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is cutting 251 jobs across its technology, retail banking, and business banking operations, sparking criticism from the Finance Sector Union. This comes just two months after the bank cut over 200 jobs, raising...

Telstra Implements First Round of Job Cuts to Reduce Costs

Telstra, Australia's leading telecommunications company, has taken a significant step to reduce expenses by cutting nearly 500 roles in its enterprise unit. The move is part of the telco's ambitious plan to slash $500 million in fixed costs under...

Australian Union Criticises Westpac’s “Callous” Job Cuts During Cost of Living Crisis

An Australian union body has strongly criticised Westpac, one of the country's big four banks, for its recent wave of job cuts, calling the bank "callous" for its actions during a cost of living crisis. The Finance Sector Union (FSU)...

Australians Seek Better Quality of Life and Career Opportunities in Regional Australia

In a growing trend across the country, more Australians are leaving the bustling city life behind and relocating to regional areas in search of a better way of life. According to the Regional Australia Institute (RAI), half of metropolitan workers...
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