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News Talks #17: Casual employment leaves uni staff vulnerable to wage theft

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Reporters Laura Green and Holly Mark spoke with Annette Herrera from the University of Melbourne – a co-convener of the University’s Casuals Network – who has been lobbying with the National Tertiary Education Union to retrieve what the union believes to be up to $6 million of stolen wages for at least 1,500 university staff.


Annette Herrera, co-convener of the University of Melbourne’s Casuals Network


Laura Green and Holly Mark

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