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The way we work, how work is changing, how it used to be and what it might look like in the future. It’s about who we work with, and who we work for. It’s a discussion about the conditions in which we work and the demands of a job. It’s talking about how it can be the best thing in our lives and also the worst. Work can give us meaning and satisfaction, it can be the most challenging thing we’ve ever done and the most soul destroying days of our lives. And that can all be in the same week! A ...
 
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Elections matter for workers. That is the lesson that was reinforced by the failure of Labor win the 2019 Federal poll. Since then, the Morrison Government has attempted to pass more draconian anti-worker and union busting laws. So far they’ve been thwarted from getting everything they want, but they’ll be back for another crack if they win another…
 
This week, Francis & Sally catch up with Mike Seccombe from The Saturday Paper to discuss how Australia’s billionaires actually doubled their wealth throughout the COVID-19 pandemic whilst workers were struggling to make ends meet. Also, do you know if the clothes you own have been ethically made? Angela Bell from Ethical Clothing Australia joins u…
 
The world’s largest online retailer, Amazon, is not phased by much, but when workers at one of its biggest warehouses in the United States started to organise to join a union, the tech shopping monster lost the plot. Jessa Crispin is an independent journalist in the US. She has has been writing about workers at Amazon for a number of years. She joi…
 
The JobKeeper wage supplement comes to an end this week. Millions of Australian workers have relied on the payments to stay afloat during the pandemic and the economic crisis that came with it. So, what happens now? We catch up with veteran economics journalist with The New Daily, Michael Pascoe, to discuss what's to come for Australian workers now…
 
On this week’s episode, Francis and Sally speak with ACTU Assistant Secretary Liam O’Brien about how the COVID vaccine rollout will impact your working life. Also, musicians are calling out Spotify for its paltry payment to musicians for streaming their music. Joey DeFranceso from the United Musicians and Allied Workers Union joins the podcast on t…
 
In this week’s episode, Francis and Sally sit down with journalist Karen Percy to discuss the avalanche of online threats and abuse female journalists face and a new project that has been launched to tackle the scourge of trolling and online misogyny that women working in the media are subjected to. And we also get to meet Scott Goodings, Australia…
 
For tens of thousands of Australian artists and performers, their livelihoods came to a screeching halt when COVID19 struck in early 2020. Many of them have yet to return to the work they love, as the perils of performing in front of live audiences - the thing they love most - still prevents them from doing what they do best. On this week's episode…
 
The gender pay gap is not going to shift itself, and that’s why Meggie Palmer created PepTalkHer. Meggie joins Francis and Sally to discuss how the app she created is helping tens of thousands of women reframe their thinking about their value in the workplace, and empowering them to improve their wages and conditions. Also, the issue of silicosis l…
 
Last week, Federal Parliament once again found itself embroiled in allegations of sexual assault. Brittany Higgins's brave and heart-breaking revelations about the abuse she suffered at work as a parliamentary staffer has again shone a light on the issue of sexual violence, abuse of power, and the lack of care and protection that so many women face…
 
How the move to work from home has changed your job, and what you need to know about what that means for you. Patrick Turner, a senior associate at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, speaks with us about how working from home has altered the legal status of the workplace, and what you need to know about how the law deals with workplace issues in the home. …
 
Is Scott Morrison finally being forced to realise Australia must have a clean energy economy? Recently elected U.S. President Joe Biden has changed the game on progress toward a clean energy future with his recent announcements about America’s commitment to building a carbon in neutral economy. Australia is in danger of being left behind if it does…
 
This week we meet another person whose work life was turned upside down when the COVID-19 Pandemic struck in early 2020. Doug Rahn has spent all of his career flying big jet planes, for the RAAF and in recent decades as a commercial airline pilot. That all ground to a halt when COVID-19 shutdown the international airline industry. Doug suddenly fou…
 
We love a bit of alternative history here at On the Job. This week, we ask the question - If legendary Labor wartime Prime Minister John Curtin was PM now, how would he have handled the COVID19 pandemic? Curtin became Australia’s leader at the height of World War II as Australia faced the very real threat of Japanese invasion. He not only steered t…
 
Francis introduces Sally to his favourite Working Class Hero - his mum, Ellen. A mother of 5, who left school in grade 4 and worked her entire life whilst raising her family and battling debilitating bouts of mental illness, Ellen’s story of resilience and endurance is remarkable. Francis thinks she’s tops. We reckon after you hear her story, you w…
 
The music industry's touring sector took a hit when the bushfires swept through eastern Australian states in 2019. Then the global pandemic happened. In March 2020, for Sean and the industry, the music stopped. Sean says that in the touring industry he often hears "of another company or another worker, who's not going to make it across the line fin…
 
A fitter by trade, Doug Cameron came to Australia at 22 years old, rose through the union ranks representing workers and gained preselection for the Australian Senate after Kevin Rudd came to power in 2007. Someone suggested to Doug that he should be nicer to people in Parliament. Didn't happen. "How can I be nice to someone who's trying to destroy…
 
When the pandemic hit in March 2020 Annie Butler, Federal Secretary at the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation, was at a conference in the UK. She then had to quarantine for 14 days coming home, all the while working to manage what was known at the time about the virus. "State and federal (governments) and Australian people just really unit…
 
It’s the Xmas edition of On the Job, so Francis and Sally meet the one person who is definitely happy to be working Xmas Day - Santa. Santa Ian is Australia’s most sort after Santa, and he takes his job very seriously. He has even written a “Santa Oath” to codify what a good Santa should be. We also look at the dirty secret of poor wages for those …
 
This episode; a Victorian Aboriginal owned social enterprise that is a dynamic fashion label managed by health professionals and the Federal Government's latest industrial relations bill. More about On The Job podcast Need help with working conditions? Call Australian Union Support Centre - 1300 486 466 Further reading from this episode Laura Thomp…
 
We travel to Canberra to talk with Chief Economist and former Executive Director of The Australia Institute, the well known and hugely insightful Richard Denniss. Also speaking in Canberra was Sally McManus, Secretary of the ACTU. "The social safety net protects every single one of us", said Sally McManus during her address at the National Press Cl…
 
There's a new book, very questionable conditions for food delivery drivers, Sally's found some low-stress jobs and we chat to Greg Jericho about changing employment thanks to Covid-19. More about On The Job podcast Further reading from this episode Upturn: A better normal after COVID-19, edited by Tanya Plibersek 'Party in a box' and other ideas fo…
 
As a “get to know you” - we should each do “First Job/Worst Job”, talking about our first ever job and the job the job from hell we once had. INTERVIEW: Lisa Alexander, elite coach World Championship winning coach with Australia’s netball Diamonds, Lisa Alexander recently made headlines when she veered way out of her perceived lane and applied for …
 
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