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Hours Fall For Underemployed Not The Overworked, Study Finds starstarstarstarstar   25th November 2009 - Views: 279 Hours Fall For Underemployed Not The Overworked, Study Finds During the global financial crisis workers who stayed in their jobs did not reduce their working hours, despite widespread government and commentator claims that cuts in hours had helped stem job losses during the downturn, new University of Sydney research shows.

Hours Fall For Underemployed Not The Overworked, Study Finds 1 starstarstarstarstar   25th November 2009 - Views: 287 Hours Fall For Underemployed Not The Overworked, Study Finds 1 During the global financial crisis workers who stayed in their jobs did not reduce their working hours, despite widespread government and commentator claims that cuts in hours had helped stem job losses during the downturn, new University of Sydney research shows.

Barossa Valley Worker Backpaid $13,000 starstarstarstarstar   25th November 2009 - Views: 309 Barossa Valley Worker Backpaid $13,000 The employee, who worked for a Barossa Valley community services provider, was underpaid the minimum hourly rate, accrued annual leave and long service leave.

Caboolture Food Outlet Backpays Worker $9600 starstarstarstarstar   25th November 2009 - Views: 306 The worker, who was in a managerial position, complained after he became aware he was not being paid penalty rates for overtime and weekend work.

Landmark Pay Equity Report Highlights Double Jeopardy Of Caring For The Elderly starstarstarstarstar   24th November 2009 - Views: 303 Landmark Pay Equity Report Highlights Double Jeopardy Of Caring For The Elderly Nurses are experiencing a double-barrel of discrimination through both the gender wage gap and their employment in the Government-funded aged care sector, a new Federal Government report has found.

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