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Former Hotelier Faces Court Over Alleged $7 An Hour Payments starstarstarstarstar   10th February 2010 - Views: 386 Former Hotelier Faces Court Over Alleged $7 An Hour Payments Documents lodged in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court allege the worker was underpaid a total of $27,875 between October, 2006 and May, 2009.

Resources And Energy Sector Welcomes Skilled Visa Revamp starstarstarstarstar   8th February 2010 - Views: 360 Resources And Energy Sector Welcomes Skilled Visa Revamp AMMA Chief Executive, Steve Knott, said there was currently a shortfall of skilled professional staff, mechanical and electrical engineering personnel, as well as a shortage of other skilled trades in the resource and energy sector.

Eazyrecruit Challenges The Status Quo Of Traditional Recruiters starstarstarstarstar   8th February 2010 - Views: 367 From DVD's replacing VHS's and digital cameras wiping out the use of Polaroids to personal computers/laptops taking over the need for typewriters and word processors, improvements in technology continue to change our world as well as the way we conduct business.

Melbourne Paint Retailer Faces Court Over Alleged $25,000 Underpayments starstarstarstarstar   5th February 2010 - Views: 462 Melbourne Paint Retailer Faces Court Over Alleged $25,000 Underpayments Facing court is Pride Paints Pty Ltd, which formerly traded as The Paint Factory at Bayswater North and other locations around the metropolitan area.

St Kilda Retail Store Fined For Underpaying 43 Workers $40,000 starstarstarstarstar   5th February 2010 - Views: 448 St Kilda Retail Store Fined For Underpaying 43 Workers $40,000 The operators of a St Kilda retail store have been fined almost $20,000 for underpaying 43 workers more than $40,000. Myst Oz Pty Ltd, which trades as The Grotto on Acland Street, has been fined $16,500 and the company’s sole director Rebecca Pearse, of St Kilda, a further $3300.

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