Ewin Hannan (@EwinHannan )

Ewin Hannan

Bio Workplace Editor, The Australian. Email: hannane1@theaustralian.com.au
Location Melbourne
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Account created 27-08-2012 05:21:21
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iPhone : Victoria is expected to go into the highest level of coronavirus lockdown since the COVID-19 crisis hit Australia – Stage 4 restrictions – early on Wednesday. An announcement is expected on Sunday.
#Coronavirus #Victoria #Covid19 bit.ly/3fgpnIt

iPhone : A simple reminder to never celebrate too early (wait for it) ⚽️

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Twitter Web App : Australia’s largest printing company, Ovato, has confirmed it is seeking to slash the redundancy entitlements of hundreds of workers by 70 per cent ahead of cutting up to 250- 300 jobs The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/coronav…

iPhone : Australia‘s largest printing company, Ovato, trying to slash pay & conditions of 850 workers ahead of making 300 redundant. The AMWU says company bid to terminate enterprise agreement designed to cut redundancy entitlements before it axes jobs. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/business/compa…

iPhone : Australia‘s largest printing company, Ovato, trying to slash pay & conditions of 850 workers ahead of making 300 redundant. The AMWU says company bid to terminate enterprise agreement designed to cut redundancy entitlements before it axes jobs. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/business/compa…

iPhone : After a campaign by unions for workers to receive up to two weeks of paid leave if required to self-isolate, the government will examine giving more workers access to paid pandemic leave. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/politic…

iPhone : Almost $42bn will be withdrawn from workers’ retirement savings, exceeding initial forecasts by nearly 50 per cent and fuelling concerns among super funds that the government is misusing the system to help it navigate the coronavirus crisis. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/politic…

iPhone : Aged care staff providers back union calls for Morrison government to fund paid pandemic leave for all aged care workers. Due to demands on the Victorian system, agencies experiencing shortages and looking at bringing in workers from interstate The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/coronav…

iPhone : Late addition to daily dickhead spotted by my cameraman:

🏆 the mask seller in a shopping centre that is allowing people to try before they buy.

#areyoujoking

iPhone : Moved my Mum’s admission today. From Mt Isa, youngest of 12. Her mother died when she was a baby. Only went to grade 9. DV survivor. Humble. A leading figure in international indigenous rights. A role model for all those indigenous mothers who put their dreams on hold.

iPhone : ACTU urges Morrison Govt to fund pandemic leave for casuals working irregular shifts in aged care, after FWC rejects claim. Oniy casuals working on a regular and systematic basis won paid leave. 10% of 153k workers in direct care are casuals. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/politic…

iPhone : Aged care workers secure paid pandemic leave. Fair Work finds low-paid aged care workers exposed to “significant financial difficulty” if forced to self-isolate. Might not report COVID-19 symptoms and seek to work “out of financial need”. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/coronav…

iPhone : Builders will be required to pay a 75 per cent loading to casuals if they refuse a request to convert them to permanent employment after four weeks under a pay deal struck with the Vic CFMEU that increases average wages by $200 a week by 2023. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/politic…

iPhone : The Morrison government’s handling of Victoria’s escalating aged-care COVID-19 crisis is creating distress for residents and their families, leaving nursing home providers confused and making carers feel unsafe. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/aged-an…

iPhone : The Morrison government’s handling of Victoria’s escalating aged-care COVID-19 crisis is creating distress for residents and their families, leaving nursing home providers confused and making carers feel unsafe. The Australian theaustralian.com.au/nation/aged-an…