‘Epidemic of time theft’: Australians work two months’ unpaid overtime a year | Australia news | The Guardian

Workers in their early and mid-career do the most unpaid overtime – 7.85 hours a week for those aged 25-34 and 7.4 hours a week for those aged 35 to 44, AI says.

Australia Institute finds employers get six hours’ free work a week from each employee, while thousands are underemployed

via ‘Epidemic of time theft’: Australians work two months’ unpaid overtime a year | Australia news | The Guardian

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