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Dumped: $9 an hour, no security for most vulnerbale
THE young men who collected trolleys at three Centro shopping centres in and around Albury were always good for a cheery hello and a chat. 
OECD suggests that labour policies driven employment concerns only can decrease productivity
The OECD has unwittingly weighed into the Australian political debate, suggesting strong employment policies can have a negative impact on productivity.
WA banning nuclear power stations
Anyone who tries to build or operate a nuclear power plant in Western Australia will face a fine of $500,000 under a new Bill introduced to state parliament today.
33 Pilots underpaid and two forced to sign AWA's
THE Office of Workplace Services (OWS) has accused a transport company of underpaying 33 pilots, sounding a warning to employers breaching workplace relations laws.
Online program attempts to address student debt
A not-for-profit organisation has invented an online financial literacy program to address concerns about the number of school students slipping into debt.
Business ad campaign 'taken over' by Liberals
The Federal Opposition has accused the Liberal Party of hijacking a business advertising campaign which supports the Government's industrial relations legislation.
Broadbank plan linked to risky seats
The Howard Government's $1.9 billion plan to deliver high-speed broadband to regional Australia was immersed in controversy within hours of being released yesterday, with a leaked email showing the coalition planned to use the key election issue to tighten its hold on marginal seats.
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