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Secretary of the Australian Council of Trade Unions

Melbourne, Victoria
Joined June 2009
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"I'm cutting back on how much I spend on my kids, grandkids and other extended family members. Probably less 'fancy' food too, that's Xmas dinner after working a night shift.” Debra, Tasmania @JacquiLambie @TammyTyrrell_
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Today another huge step by the Albanese Government in preventing sexual harassment and making workplaces safer with Respect@Work law through parliament. Credit to all the women who fought for this and for those who got it done @MarkDreyfusKCMP @Kate_Jenkins_
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The Secure Jobs, Better Pay bill gives workers hope.
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The Liberals think our Secure Jobs, Better Pay Bill represent "'the most radical changes that this country has seen". They honestly think giving workers a pay rise and better job security is "radical"?
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Sally McManus & Michaelia Cash respond to today’s confirmation that Workers will be getting Better Wages. Sally McManus says working people finally have “hope” Michaelia Cash, Yikes 😳
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Great to hear that @DavidPocock will Pass The Bill. We'd love to claim that our Friday action was the deciding factor... but we appreciate everyone who has worked so hard to make this happen, including Senator Pocock & his team. ✊️
Today @NTEUnion members were outside Senator @DavidPocock's office to support the Fair Work (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Bill - and to encourage him to Pass The Bill! ✊ @unionsaustralia @UnionsACT
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Does the cost of living meaning you have to make cuts? Tell your story -> australianunions.org.au/camp…
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This is outstanding news for Aussie workers: smh.com.au/politics/federal/…. Reforms to support collective bargaining, gender equity, preventing pay secrecy, and so much more will boost wages & help fairness. Well done @Tony_Burke, @AdamBandt & @DavidPocock for bringing it together. /2
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After 10 years of waiting, Secure Jobs, Better Pay will get wages moving. And we’re getting it done this year.
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I've virtually cut back on everything. Holidays. The heater stays off. The car barely leaves the garage. I don't buy treats, take aways, clothes, nick nacks, new plants for the garden, etc. If businesses paid their staff more they would have more money for discretionary spending.
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Thank you for supporting working people @AdamBandt @Greens
After months of negotiations, the Greens will back the IR Bill. We have made a good bill better - and will support this first part of Labor's industrial relations reforms.
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The commitment by @DavidPocock to vote to pass the Secure Jobs Better Pay Bill this week is essential for working people. Thank you because Australia really needs a pay rise #Insiders
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What a win for Australian workers today. The Secure Jobs, Better Pay Bill will help millions of people struggling with the cost of living. Thanks to @DavidPocock for deciding to support such an important and necessary bill.
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Fantastic to see David Pocock's commitment to careful consideration of the issues and his support for this much-needed reform! Workplace bill set to pass Senate after government reaches deal with David Pocock sbs.com.au/news/article/work…
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Newspoll kept finding this, over and over and over, and people who wanted to believe otherwise just kept on ignoring the data.
Maybe, and I’m just throwing this out there, Dan Andrews is not actually that unpopular in Victoria
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Great news! Our Secure Jobs, Better Pay Bill will become law. These laws will get wages moving, promote job security and help close the gender pay gap. I thank Senator David Pocock and other Senate crossbenchers for committing to support these important laws.
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Thank you @DavidPocock for deciding to support the Secure Jobs Better Pay Bill. It will make a real difference for millions of working Australians and their families who are struggling now and have waited for so long for fair pay rises. #insiders
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Packet of 4 cheeses were $18, now $22 (25% inc). Frozen raspberries were $5.50 now $7 (27% inc). That's not inflation induced, that's rorting. I'll be cutting back & changing where & how I shop. @woolworths
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I cut back on work due to hip issues at 60, now my super is being eaten as my contribution doesn't covered the administration. Wage doesn't cover all expenses as health insurance for hip replacement is very high.
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