AUWU Policy Blog: Fighting back with a seat at the table

We can have full employment again. We can future-proof our economy and give all Australians the opportunity to develop and put to use the knowledge and skills we need today and in the years to come By WILLIAM MITCHELL Japan is the world’s first post-­neoliberal economy. It has been a prime case study in Modern Monetary Theory for three decades. Let me explain. Like developed nations across the world, Japan drank the neo­liberal Kool-Aid of the 1980s.
Alan Kohler, The Australian   Stephanie Kelton professor of economics and public policy at Stony Brook University, New York. Picture: John Staines.   Instead of thrashing about trying to figure out what to do with the JobKeeper allowance and JobSeeker supplement after September, the Morrison government should turn them into a permanent federal job guarantee. Scott Morrison should go down in history as the first leader in the world to implement the great economist Hyman
The AUWU is proud to announce that we have secured the services of the Australian government’s Translation and Interpreting Service (TIS). This means that we will be able to arrange for an interpreters for members who do not speak English. If you would like to arrange for an interpreter to speak to one of our advocates, please fill in our job agency advocacy inquiry form here. If you need help in relation to a DSP
The AUWU is proud to announce that we have secured the services of the Australian government’s Translation and Interpreting Service (TIS). This means that we will be able to arrange for an interpreters for members who do not speak English. If you would like to arrange for an interpreter to speak to one of our advocates, please fill in our job agency advocacy inquiry form here. If you need help in relation to a DSP
Remember, they have obligations to you.  Under this system, you are the ‘customer’. The government pays jobactive providers $377.30 for initial appointments with under-30s and $269.50 for over 30s. Providers also receive outcome fees of $1515 when their client finds work again. They need you, more than you need them. The COVID-19 pandemic has given providers an estimated $210 MILLION WINDFALL Check this to find all the providers in your local area. All of them