Amazon Doesn’t ‘Employ’ Drivers however Also Doesn’t Want Them Unionising: Report

Amazon insists that it doesn’t employ drivers directly, as the company has a habit of hiring outside companies and so-called contractors to deliver its packages. But it looks like Amazon acknowledges that drivers are, indeed, its employees whenever these workers threaten to unionise, according to Vice, and the company continues to spend millions on anti-union efforts, which specifically refer to Amazon’s “drivers” in filings sent…

‘Life doesn’t stop at 65’: Too old for the NDIS, Marie is having to drain her retirement costsavings

Marie and Robert Young have neverever been scared of tough work.  Key points:Australians with specialneeds aged over 65 years are locked out of the NDIS and should rely on other services for assistance NDIS Minister Bill Shorten states aged care services are there to take care of those aged over 65 yearsAdvocates state the NDIS age […]