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Union ups ante in casual coal worker battle

ON THE back of the Workpac v Skene decision the mining union is rattling its sabre and telling mine operators and labour hire companies to review their employment arrangements.

Union upping ante in casual coal worker battle.

Union upping ante in casual coal worker battle.

The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union has written to mine operators and labour hire companies urging them to "urgently review employment arrangements for all employees to ensure they are...

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