Secure Jobs.

Worth Fighting For.

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Insecure work impacts everyone

Fewer rights at work, lower pay, no ability to plan for the future. 

 

Workers in this country used to have secure work they could count on. 

 

But the Federal Government keeps putting big business ahead of workers.

 

In the past few years, laws have been changed and workers’ rights have been removed. 

 

Big business has more power than ever to remove reliable work and force workers into unstable, insecure jobs.

 

If we don’t restore job stability soon, it will be too late,

Secure Jobs

Australian workers used to have stable, secure jobs, with reliable pay.

But too many government decisions in favour of big business have removed this stability for millions of workers. 


Too many have no security, fewer rights at work and lower pay, even though the cost of living keeps going up.


If we don’t restore job security soon it will be too late.

 

Secure Jobs.

Worth fighting for

Job Insecurity didn't happen by accident

More than one in four workers in Australia are now in insecure work with no access to sick leave, annual leave or other basic entitlements. 

The Morrison Government can change laws to make jobs more reliable and secure. But instead, they’re choosing to support big business and multinational corporations. 

The Morrison Government has handed billions of dollars to big business without requiring them to create secure jobs with fair wages. 

The Government can take action to restore job security for millions of workers. Stronger laws that protect workers’ security should be a workers’ right.

Join the Fight in the ACT

This election UnionsACT and our affiliates are heading out around Canberra and surrounds to talk to voters about secure jobs and what we expect from the next term of government

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Our fight doesn’t just end at the ballot box. The union and labour movement fights every day for your rights at work

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