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Hockey accused in Tristar sacking call

June 18, 2018
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THE federal Minister for Workplace Relations, Joe Hockey, urged the bosses of the car parts manufacturer Tristar to sack its entire workforce and re-employ them on individual contracts, the company’s managing director has told an inquiry. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 24 March, 2007)
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The federal Workplace Relations Minister Joe Hockey says claims he told Tristar management to pay out their workers and re-hire them on individual contracts are false The New South Wales Industri (ABC News — 23 March, 2007)
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The Federal Opposition says Workplace Relations Minister Joe Hockey should give evidence at the New South Wales Industrial Relations Commission (IRC) inquiry into car parts manufacturer Tristar The (ABC News — 12 hours ago)
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Workplace Relations Minister Joe Hockey has denied he ever told aSydney car components company to sack its workforce and re-employworkers on individual contracts. – (The Age — 23 March, 2007)
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Federal Workplace Relations Minister Joe Hockey has flatly deniedclaims he told a Sydney company to sack its workforce and re-employstaff on individual contracts. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 23 March, 2007)
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Federal Workplace Relations Minister Joe Hockey has refused to gounder oath to deny allegations he encouraged the boss of a Sydneycar component manufacturer to break the law. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 11 hours ago)
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The Victorian Government is demanding a meeting with the Commonwealth to discuss the impact of the Federal Governments industrial relations reforms The State Government has released a report today (ABC News — 18 hours ago)
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