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Ad tycoon 'put old worker out to pasture'
ADVERTISING man John Singleton has been accused of ordering an employee to be sacked on the grounds he was "too old" to do the job.
 
Unions fight for employee who was sacked for being on a union agreement
THE Howard's Government's workplace laws face a new test through a push to overturn a contentious ruling that effectively allowed an employer to sack a worker in an effort to reduce union influence.
 
Battlers' pay rise outpaced by inflation
WAGE rates for hundreds of thousands of low-paid workers will fail to keep up with inflation this year under the Australian Fair Pay Commission's decision yesterday to increase minimum wages by between $5.30 and $10.26 a week.
 
Give workers more say on conditions: experts warn
ALL workers should have the right to ask for part-time work or work from home, a group of work-family researchers urge in a pre-election document released today.
 
Federal Government moves to lock unions out of docks
IN a move that could shut maritime unions out of the docks, Workplace Relations Minister Joe Hockey has approved the transfer of thousands of Patrick stevedores to a sister company covered by Comcare, the government's workers compensation scheme.
 
Sacked for being pregnant
Carrum Downs mum-to-be Rebecca Besant claims she was sacked by her former employer for being pregnant.
 
Employers failing to pay super dues
A growing number of workers are owed or will never be paid their superannuation entitlements from employers, Tax Office figures reveal.
 
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