Workers left with 'diddly squat', judge says

A FEDERAL Court judge has slammed a recent class action settlement over sham contracting arrangements as leaving workers with “diddly squat”.

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Workers left with 'diddly squat', judge says Workers left with 'diddly squat', judge says Workers left with 'diddly squat', judge says Workers left with 'diddly squat', judge says Workers left with 'diddly squat', judge says

Adero is encouraging casual coal miners to join its class actions against a number of labour hire companies.

Legal firm Adero estimated a class action claim against marketing company Appco for leaving more than 1000 workers with below-minimum pay and conditions was worth $65 million.