CANBERRA – The Australian Industrial Relations Commission has ratified a redundancy package for 670 Mitsubishi engine-plant workers. The commission says the pact involves "matters pertaining to the relationship between Mitsubishi and its employees" and applied equally to union and non-union members. This is required after a recent high-court ruling that says a union contract is not valid if any clause does not relate to an employment relationship. The workers’ severance package was put ...

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