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Launceston 8 Share $60,000 In Back-pay starstarstarstarstar   20th October 2009 - Views: 406 Launceston 8 Share $60,000 In Back-pay Eight Launceston workers have been reimbursed almost $60,000 after complaining to the Fair Work Ombudsman about being underpaid.

Wage-setting Decision Designed To Protect Jobs starstarstarstarstar   7th July 2009 - Views: 391 The Australian Fair Pay Commission today announced its fourth and final minimum wage-setting decision.

Expert Comment On Youth Conscription starstarstarstarstar   15th February 2010 - Views: 446 Expert Comment On Youth Conscription Professor Judith Bessant, Head of RMIT University’s Youth Work Program, said the call from retired colonel George Mackenzie failed to recognise that young people were already highly dedicated to volunteer work.

Inghams Plans For Rebuild Of The Somerville Processing Plant starstarstarstarstar   12th February 2010 - Views: 529 With the support of the Victorian State and Local Governments, Inghams Enterprises has decided to reinvest in Somerville and rebuild its processing plant, which was extensively damaged by fire on 11 January.

Regulator Asks Young Act Workers - Are You Missing Out? starstarstarstarstar   12th February 2010 - Views: 401 Regulator Asks Young Act Workers - Are You Missing Out? Fair Work inspectors will visit students at Australian National University as a part of O-Week activities to answer young workers’ questions and provide information about their workplace rights and responsibilities.

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