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Sydney company faces court over pregnancy discrimination claims after it forced a pregnant worker clerical worker to take on lower-paid manual labouring duties that required her to stand all day long in hot conditions.
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Occupational health news: 2010, n. 882 - July
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Work conditions and socioeconomic inequalities in work ability.
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Effects of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke on reproductive health.
Regulatory responses to OHS problems posed by direct hire temporary workers in Australia.
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