Some 33 workers with Australian auto-parts maker Tristar Steering & Suspension Australia Ltd. say they turn up for work each day to read newspapers and listen to the radio. The workers and their unions say the company is retaining them at Tristar’s idle plant in Sydney until a redundancy agreement promising them four weeks pay for each year of service expires in a year. “I come in, I clock on, I go to my desk and that’s it,” Tristar worker Marty Peak says in an Australian ...
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