The year has changed, but old habits don't change so fast.
As we complete another circulation of the sun, ambulance officers are seeing first-hand the effects the ‘silly’ season can have.
United Voice and United Voice Legal are pleased to announce Stefania McGrath has been recognised as one of Western Australia’s top plaintiff workers’ compensation lawyers.
Stefania, who joined at United Voice Legal just over a year ago, is now regarded as one of the best in the business, listed in the prestigious legal publication Doyles Guide.Read more
As the end of the year draws closer, workers are finding it harder to maintain composure and keep spirits high due to the heightened busy period.
Staff morale and mental health are crucial all year round, but with the increasing workload that comes with the end of the year, many feel the pain of stress, overexertion and exhaustion.Read more
The results of a recent United Voice survey show the sad reality of the of sexual harassment in the hospitality sector.
Statistics show 89% of the 306 female hospitality workers questioned have experienced some form of sexual harassment whilst at work, with 19% of those surveyed having been sexually assaulted.
United Voice, the Aged Care Union is excited launch the Our Turn to Care campaign.
Today United Voice members, older Australians and family members stood together and lined up on Alexander Drive to show passing commuters why this campaign is so important to them.Read more
United Voice, the Health Union, is pleased to announce the approval of the new Hospital Support Workers Industrial Agreement.
Hospital Support Workers, from multiple hospitals, spent months bargaining with the Department of Health and secured some great wins, including protecting jobs and preventing privatisation.
Australia is finally addressing domestic and sexual violence that is happening on a daily basis.
In 2017 alone, nearly 40 women have been killed as a result of domestic violence, with one in four women Australia wide experiencing sexual or physical violence.
As of July 1, United Voice has made the big decision to not increase Union Fees for the upcoming year.
United voice WA, the Union for hospitality workers and cleaners, are appalled by the exploitation and underpayment of migrant workers uncovered in a two year investigation by Unions NSW.
The report comes in just months after popular Perth restaurant chain Hans Café was fined for underpaying migrant workers, including international students and working visa holders.
United Voice members are disappointed in the Fair Work Commission’s decision under the Turnbull Government to cut penalty rates.
Members in hospitality will be especially hit with their penalty rates reduced on Sundays and public holidays.