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Mining contractors may escape SJSP trap

MINING contractors may have escaped getting caught by the federal government’s “Closing the Loopholes” industrial relations laws thanks to an amendment negotiated by a key Australian resources sector lobbyist.

Noel Dyson
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The government's IR bill is aimed at closing what it says is a loophole that lets miners use labour hire contractors for lower wages than its own miners. Mining contractors, which usually supply their...

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A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the mining sector, brought to you by the Energy News Bulletin Intelligence team.

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