Toyota Australia is facing legal action over the way it handled layoffs of 350 workers. The Australian Mfg. Workers Union has filed action in the Federal Court to seek the reinstatement of 12 workers it says were included in the layoffs because of their union activity at Toyota. Lawyer Josh Bornstein says the workers were subjected to targeted and unlawful discrimination. “There is a stench in the way Toyota has gone about these sackings and there is a stench in the way ...

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