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    With Perilya bringing in tougher work practices and increased safety levels....look for a bit of industrial action in the near future. B Hill mine workers have had it relatively easy in the past, but now we have a company that is serious about its future direction, and their 'zero tolerance'policy will ruffle union and worker feathers for sure.Quite simply...Perilya is hear to make money, not to muck around...large employee turnover is anticipated and I think its reasonable to assume that change brings conflict.A couple of dismissal cases with the unions already...I will keep the forum informed if I hear anything more. Cheers.....I dont hold PER
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