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Optimism For Illawarra Employment Prospects starstarstarstarstar   24th November 2009 - Views: 301 Optimism For Illawarra Employment Prospects “The unemployment rate in Wollongong, for example, is relatively stable but we need to ensure that we look at how many of the unemployed are considered to be long term.

$35,000 Back-pay For Two Whyalla Workers starstarstarstarstar   24th November 2009 - Views: 385 $35,000 Back-pay For Two Whyalla Workers A female health worker has been back-paid over $18,000 and an administration manager almost $17,500 after the Fair Work Ombudsman intervened on their behalf.

Employers Urged To Register Apprentices Without Delay starstarstarstarstar   23rd November 2009 - Views: 359 The Fair Work Ombudsman is urging Western Australian employers not to delay registering new apprentices. WA Director Leigh Quealy says his office has encountered more than 10 cases this year of employers delaying or completely failing to lodge apprenticeship agreements for young workers.

Talent Wars - The Employees Strike Back! starstarstarstarstar   20th November 2009 - Views: 326 The labour market over the past few years has a close resemblance to the Star Wars trilogy, according to Matthew Tukaki, head of Drake International.

Back-pay For Workers In Melbourne's South-se Suburbs starstarstarstarstar   20th November 2009 - Views: 305 Back-pay For Workers In Melbourne's South-se Suburbs Inspectors discovered the employees had been inadvertently short-changed for overtime and weekend penalty rates.

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