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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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That's right, this week we're going all hybrid on you. Sally and Francis are joined by Ben Davison, who co-presents the uber cool political podcast "The Week on Wednesday" alongside writer, activist and force of nature, Van Badham. Francis, Sally and Ben discuss the vaccine mandate that workers are facing, the fate of University jobs and why lectur…
 
"The real trauma will come once it's all over" - Nurse Shaye Candish, Assistant General Secretary of the New South Wales Nurses and Midwives’ Association (NSWNMA). Nurses are working in some of the toughest conditions thanks to Covid-19. Demaning hours, full personal protective equipement for entire shifts that makes it hard to even have a sip of w…
 
Vaccinations are Australia’s pathway out of lockdowns - Australianunions.org.au/getvaxxed As Australia finds itself in an arm wrestle to halt the march of COVID19 infections that are ravages communities across the country, cleaners are putting themselves at risk on a daily basis to help stop the spread. It's tough, relentless, demanding and vital w…
 
Women's economic security is an issue that has been drawn into sharp focus during the COVID19 pandemic. The intractable pay disparity that still exists is just the start of it. Unpaid work at home, frontline work in insecure jobs, the loss of income as a consequence of caring responsibilities and the perilous state of women's superannuation savings…
 
The people of Sydney's vast western suburbs are often spoken about - but very rarely spoken with. As the working people who make up the rich tapestry of cultures and experience that is Sydney's west endure the stress of an extended lockdown and the growing menace of the COVID 19 pandemic, we thought it was important to hear from some folks who live…
 
Across the world right now, there are over 250,000 seafarers who are trapped on ships that can't dock in ports and allow crews to disembark to put their feet on solid ground. It's just another tragic consequence of the global COVID 19 Pandemic . As countries grapple with containing the spread of the deadly disease, ships that arrive in their waters…
 
Australia, it seems it's finally ok to wear your trackie dacks to work - because it seems lots of us are working from home. As huge swathes of the country finds itself under lockdown, many of us have been slipping into that work from home routine. For people who live alone and work from home, this has plenty of challenges all of its own. On this we…
 
When Amazon founder and owner, Jeff Bezos, returned from his self aggrandising space flight recently, he made a point of thanking Amazon workers and customers for making it possible. What went unsaid, was that Bezos' Amazon is a corporate and digital monster that has built its success off the back of a work culture built of ruthlessness and worker …
 
In an age of economic uncertainty, there is one thing that has remained - flat wage growth. ACTU Secretary, Sally McManus, recently addressed the issue of Australia's desperate need for a pay rise as part of the Australia Institute's webinar series. On today's episode of 'On the Job', Sally shares her thoughts on the broken wages bargain, and is jo…
 
People are always talking about mining, miners and their communities - but it occurred to us that hardly anyone is speaking with them. That's what we're doing on today's episode. Meet Rob Foot. Rob is a recently retired worker who has spent decades earning a living in Central Queensland's mines. He talks about life in a mining town, the impact of l…
 
Have you ever had a job where the boss told you, "hey, we're like family!" Or worked somewhere where they claimed you had to "live your work"? How about your dream gig, where you loved it so much you ended up spending every waking minute eating, breathing and doing your job - until you couldn't separate what you do from who you are? Yeah - we've be…
 
As the COVID pandemic stretches on, information about public health directives, lockdowns and the world of work has never been more important. It's hard enough to keep track of all the changes as they happen when you speak English, so imagine how difficult it would be if you didn't/ Giuseppina Pungitore is an interpreter. Every day she is helping n…
 
Christmas Island is a tiny outpost of Australian territory in the Indian Ocean that has become known to most of us because of its role in Australia's hardline policy on border protection and the incarceration of asylum seekers. Yet, the tiny Island known more for its infamous detention centre than anything else, has an incredible story - one that i…
 
Will you have enough money saved when it comes time to buy that caravan and take off around Australia in retirement? After the recent attack on worker's superannuation savings by the Liberal Government, its getting harder and harder for most working Australians to say yes to that question. ACTU President Michele O'Neil joins Francis and Sally to di…
 
What is the future of work in the age of the machines and artificial intelligence? Is the idea of having a regular job redundant becoming redundant in the technological age, and if so , what are the implications for workers and their communities? Or does the age of automation also offer new opportunities for Australian innovators , manufacturing an…
 
Alongside climate change, inequality is the greatest challenge of our times. The growing chasm between the few who hold enormous wealth and the vast multitudes who live in poverty and struggle to survive can no longer be ignored. In his new book "How to Fight Inequality: (and Why That Fight Needs You) international anti-inequality campaigner Ben Ph…
 
Working life has been tough during the pandemic, particularly if you are someone with a disability. Sam Connor is the President of People With a Disability Australia (PWDA). Her organisation is committed to building pathways and opportunities for people with disabilities to participate fully in the workforce and the wider community. On this week's …
 
What's it like to wake up every morning and know that every decision you make at work today will have a profound effect on the lives of millions of Australians? As Australia's Labor Treasurer during the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) , Wayne Swan did exactly that. Swan guided Australia through the GFC as other major economies around the world suffer…
 
Working as a freelancer can be exhilarating. Jumping from assignment to assignment, dealing with different people and challenges, hitting your deadlines, and hitting it out of the park. These days, it can also be a life full of low-paying gigs or no-paying gigs, having your work ripped off and plagiarised and dealing with employers who think they a…
 
When your work starts to impact your mental health, it can cause enormous problems. Sadly, for many Australians, this is an all too familiar experience. ACTU Assistant Secretary, Liam O’Brien, is part of a coalition of experts leading the charge to change Work, Health and Safety laws across Australia to protect the mental health of all workers. Lia…
 
What sort of economy, what kind of jobs, what type of communities do Australians want to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic? These are the questions that revered economist Ross Garnaut addresses in his new book "Reset - Restoring Australia after the Pandemic Recession." Ross Garnaut joins Francis and Sally to discuss how the current crisis offers Au…
 
The 1st of May has been a special day for workers all over the globe. May Day has been a celebration of the solidarity and achievements of workers movements across generations, continents and cultures. What is its back story? Where did it all begin and why has it continued to matter? And what is Australia’s unique role in the history of May Day? Ou…
 
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…
 
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