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Stolen Wages Recovery Made Easy | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Thanks to new wage theft laws in Queensland and Victoria, it is much easier, cheaper and quicker for workers to recover underpayments.

James Paterson’s Dodgy Unpaid Internships | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Senator James Paterson is offering dodgy unpaid internships to university students. The internships offer no formal training and are being used by Paterson as a source free labour in his Melbourne electorate office in the lead-up to the federal election.

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.

Compulsory COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – The Australian government is refusing to make the COVID-19 vaccine compulsory in most workplaces, leaving employees and employers unsure of their rights.

Breastfeeding Makes Kochie Uncomfortable | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – Breastfeeding discrimination is unlawful. Despite this, many mothers are told to move on or cover up when they breastfeed in public. Discrimination lawyer Stephen Dryley-Collins says the law protects breastfeeding mums from being treated unfairly.

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.

Qld Police Discriminate Against Male Recruits | Supportah TV

Supportah TV – An investigation has found that the Queensland Police Service unlawfully discriminated against male recruits in a bid to reach a 50/50 gender target. Six women were accepted into the academy, despite not meeting the minimum physical and psychological standards.

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