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Regulator Blasts ‘Disregard’ for Child Employment Laws

The Epoch Times 20 Apr 2024
Parents would have “every right to feel let down” after the latest breach of Victoria’s child employment laws, the ...
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Woolworths Admits to Underpaying 1,200 Workers

The Epoch Times 19 Apr 2024
Woolworths Australia has admitted in court that it underpaid over 1,200 employees in Victoria.
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Primary school teacher sacked for teaching pupils TikTok dance

AOL 19 Apr 2024
Employment Judge Victoria Butler said Miss Rogers, who started teaching at West Grantham Primary Academy in Lincolnshire in September 2019, was “undoubtedly a committed teacher who enjoyed her job” with a previous “unblemished disciplinary record”.
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Primary school teacher who taught her ten-year-old pupils TikTok dance was sacked by her bosses for...

The Daily Mail 19 Apr 2024
An employment tribunal heard that the ... Employment Judge Victoria Butler said Miss Rogers was 'undoubtedly a committed teacher who enjoyed her job' with a previous 'unblemished disciplinary record'.
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Qenos enters voluntary administration: One of Australia

The Daily Mail 18 Apr 2024
Qenos was plunged into voluntary administration on Wednesday, leaving the future of its manufacturing plants in Victoria and NSW up in the air ... The future of workers at the Qenos manufacturing plants in Victoria and NSW are on the line.
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Posh preparations for Victoria Beckham

The Daily Mail 17 Apr 2024
Victoria Beckham is sparing no expense ahead of her 50th birthday celebrations after hedgerow trimmers were spotted near her lavish Cotswolds pad on Tuesday ... Victoria will celebrate her actual birthday surrounded by her family.
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Mother of student in Hays CISD school bus crash sues truck driver, company and owner

Austin American-Statesman 16 Apr 2024
A mother who was riding on the bus that rolled over during last month's fatal Hays school bus crash is suing the driver of the concrete pump truck that struck the bus and the driver's employer.
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People: Ice Cubed Property Finance; Circus PPC Agency; Consilia Legal; and more

The Business Desk 15 Apr 2024
Leeds-based Consilia Legal has confirmed the promotion of two of its senior associates in the employment team – Victoria Horner and Andy Boyde ... “He has great potential and is definitely one to watch in the Leeds employment law scene.
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This gorgeous $1.25M home comes with a winery — and it’s not in California

New York Post 12 Apr 2024
... in which to live,” seller Victoria Sharpe told The Post, noting that the vineyard employs the “French model of viticulture” in which fruit clusters are limited in order to enhance the grapes’ flavor.
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Ex-WAG and reality TV star Arabella Del Busso feels ‘broken and helpless’ as she serves ...

New York Post 10 Apr 2024
The court heard Del Busso was diagnosed with anxiety and depression after she stole from her employer, but Judge Pickering found it was not a cause of her offending ... embezzled from her former employer.
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People: R3; Walton & Co; Gordons; and more

The Business Desk 09 Apr 2024
Leeds and Bradford-based law firm, Gordons, has appointed a senior lawyer within its employment and HR practice. Mike Patterson joins from Berwins where he worked for almost 12 years as head of employment ... Managing partner, Victoria Davey, said.
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KFC, the Physically Challenged and Hollow Laws

This Day 09 Apr 2024
It is shameful that those unkind and untrained people who denied Mr Daniel access to KFC, people with such low mentality, are employed to work at a place like the international airport ... Employment .
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Maya Forstater accuses trans judge of misrepresenting law

The Times/The Sunday Times 03 Apr 2024
Maya Forstater, who won a landmark employment law court battle in 2022, said that Victoria McCloud, a judge in the High Court, had “got the law badly wrong” in her social media comments on the ruling ... Related articles ... COURTS ... ... .
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No, California’s wage bump for fast food workers isn’t doomsday for restaurants. Here’s why

Desert Sun 02 Apr 2024
Justin Wiltshire is an assistant professor of economics at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada, and an affiliate of UC Berkeley’s Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics at the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.
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Opinion: California’s wage bump doesn’t spell doom for fast food

East Bay Times 02 Apr 2024
And a first-of-its-kind fast food council will give workers, employers and state government the opportunity to come together and set standards for the industry ... raising both pay and employment.
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