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  • Paperlinx announces 222 redundancies in Tasmania by

    Unions have reacted angrily to the announcement that Australian paper maker Paperlinx will close its mill at Burnie in the north-west of Tasmania.

  • Full employment expected by 2011 by

    Unemployment is set to drop down to four per cent by the end of next year as trading conditions continue to improve for Australian businesses, according to a new survey by The National Australia Bank.

  • Miners tighten up on pay by

    Iluka Resources has announced a series of cost-saving measures to remuneration policy and practices following poor financial results last year.

  • Thousands saved in recruitment costs at Cuscal by

    Investing in employment branding has saved financial services firm, Cuscal, hundreds of thousands of dollars in recruitment costs over the last two years, delegates at an HR breakfast heard this morning.

  • Fair Work Ombudsman strikes again by

    Melbourne-based firm Datasend Australia has been fined $35,000 for sacking workers who had complained about their pay.

  • GSK worker reinstated after OHS breach by

    A GlaxoSmithKline worker has recently won his job back, but not lost pay, after being sacked last year for allegedly breaching the company’s safety procedures.

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