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Labour relations expert on fired Vale workers ruling

The arbitrator's ruling on the last three workers fired from Vale during the 2010 strike should be the end of the story, but the Steelworkers Union will be seeking a judicial review of the ruling. We spoke about it with a labour relations expert.

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