COMMENT: Crumlin - workers’ rights or self-interest?

COMMENT: The act of implementing a picket to back the case of a Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) worker who was refused shifts by Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT) appears to be something of a sledgehammer to crack a nut. Why go to this length, even allowing for the fact ...

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