We respect the right of young people to take an active role in political debates, and encourage them to do so, and reject the patronising and insulting attacks on them by politicians and commentators.
Whether you’re new to a workplace or are an established employee, we encourage our members to remain vigilant about their wages and conditions and recommend they review the terms and conditions of their employment.
Measures such as reducing the entry scores are critical to developing a sustainable STEM workforce a building STEM capacity for the future.
When you’re looking to progress, issues arise because job classification tend to look at the skills and abilities NEEDED for the job rather than the skill level and ability of the person currently in that position.
Job classification structures are designed to organise and categorise employees within a workplace
The latest CEO Confidence Index has found that two out of five chief executives plan to keep pay levels flat or to rises of 2 per cent, below the already-sluggish rate of wage growth.
Tap into the hidden job market and let your LinkedIn profile work for you. Whether you’re starting from scratch or your profile is outdated, here are a few things you should consider:
If you’ve been given a notice of a meeting to discuss your performance, you can contact Workplace Advice and Support. This publication is general information only and is not intended to be used as legal advice or a substitute for legal advice.
At our latest Professionals Australia National Assembly Meeting, Dr Steve Long, a long serving Science Committee Member, was awarded a Distinguished Life Membership (DLM). Steve has been an invaluable representative of scientists on various committees including a tenure as Vice President of the Scientist Division and multiple terms as a scientist representative on National Assembly.…
When you contact us, any one of our team of lawyers and industrial offers will provide you with personalised support to resolve any bullying issues you have, whether that’s dealing with your employer or with the Fair Work Commission.