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Toil & Trouble
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Families face employment quandary when school strikes ramp up

And a rare case of an employee successfully proving she had no choice but to resign.

Jennifer Mills & Associates director Jennifer Mills speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Fri, 31 Mar 2023

For parents already grappling with ongoing strike action by teachers in the public school system, news that rolling strikes may hit schools come May, and teachers will be less likely to cover absences and vacancies, is likely to be the opposite of welcome.

But for employers and employees there are

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Families face employment quandary when school strikes ramp up
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