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A federal court case in Australia is raising questions across different industries about working conditions, and expectations regarding reasonable working hours. In a recent article for The Conversation, Associate Professor Giuseppe Carabetta claimed that the outcome of the case has the potential to open doors for legal action by Australian workers, if their contractual obligation to perform ‘reasonable hours’ (a maximum of 38 hours unless otherwise specified) were breached. Discussions over

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