Clay Lucas is workplace editor for The Age. Clay has worked at The Age since 2005, covering state politics, urban affairs, transport and local government for The Age and Sunday Age. Clay won a Quill with Age investigative reporter Royce Millar in 2009.
Clay Lucas and Glenda Kwek Drug giant to receive state government money in bid to boost high-tech jobs in Victoria announces it will sack 120 workers.
Clay Lucas About 100 workers in Melbourne's northern suburbs will lose their jobs, after Amcor announced it would would close a factory it runs in Thomastown in July and outsource the work to another...
Clay Lucas Packaging giant Amcor will cut about 300 jobs at three manufacturing sites in Victoria and Queensland, blaming the high value of the dollar.
Clay Lucas, Glenda Kwek THE first day back at work can be tough, but for BlueScope Steel worker Tony Hutt his return from holiday was particularly arduous - his employer announced it would soon cut 170 of about 740 jobs at...
Glenda Kwek and Clay Lucas BlueScope Steel will sack about 170 workers within months as it reconfigures a Victorian steel production plant.
Clay Lucas CHRISTMAS is always the hardest time of year for Australia Post - last year was its busiest ever thanks to the boom in online shopping.
Clay Lucas A study finds Australians with construction skills on our east coast won't move to the west.
Georgia Wilkins and Clay Lucas Transport major Toll Holdings expects to increase its earnings this financial year despite softer economic conditions affecting large sections of its trucking business.
Clay Lucas CSL has settled a long-running dispute with its 1700 staff over pay and conditions, after the blood plasma and vaccine company went to Fair Work Australia last week over a union ban on the processing...
Clay Lucas Troubled auto parts maker CMI Industrial will all but shut down, and 117 workers will lose their jobs after the receivers failed to find a buyer for most of the business.
Clay Lucas Fairfax Media management has been told to consult further with about 400 printers at its Melbourne and Sydney presses, who on Monday were told they would be sacked.
Clay Lucas The boss of the influential electricians union tells 300 sacked tradesmen they have been badly let down by Hastie's management.
Clay Lucas After a 19-month standoff, stevedores Patrick comes to an agreement with Maritime Union.
Jane Holroyd and Clay Lucas At least 30 security guards have assembled in and around the entrance to Toyota’s Altona manufacturing plant this morning as the company begins sacking one in ten people who work there.
Clay Lucas and Ben Schneiders One of Australia's largest construction businesses, John Holland, has said the "buoyant times" are back, with work returning to pre-global financial crisis levels.