CANBERRA – A long-running contract dispute at a steel plant in Victoria that supplies Australia’s three top auto makers has been ruled illegal by the Australian Industrial Relations Commission. The commission says any further action by the union will be considered illegal and has ordered 58 members of the Electrical Trades Union (ETU) back to work. Holden Commodore among vehicles affected by steel strike. BlueScope Steel sought the order after a 5-month campaign of more than 50 ...
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