Today November 30, is the third 'Go Home On Time Day' - an initiative of the Australia Institute designed this year to highlight the 'pollution' of workers' free time resulting from modern communications technologies like smartphones.
The $100 million promised to Telstra for staff retraining under the proposed NBN deal has won over the ACTU, which says the deal will be good for jobs and the national infrastructure.
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