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Qantas restraint case won't call Australia home

The NSW Supreme Court has thrown out a Qantas bid for an "anti-anti-suit" injunction to enable a hearing in Australia of its bid to enforce restraints in the employment contract of a former overseas-based executive who has moved to a senior role at rival Virgin.

Industry-wide bargaining a cure for wage stagnation: OECD

Union calls for a return to industry-wide bargaining to boost workers' earnings have won the backing of the OECD, which says in its annual global employment report that negotiations across industry sectors can lead to "lower wage inequality".

Trouble in Geneva: right to strike under fire

An eminent UK academic says employers are stepping up their attack on an internationally-recognised right to strike, with unions responding by pushing for the issue to be resolved once and for all by the International Court of Justice.