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Wednesday, 29 April 1942

Mr HOLT - I have not the name of the firm, but. I have no doubt that the chamber can supply the information if the Minister wants it.

Mr Curtin - The unrest among the employees would be just as great where the employer had the right of dismissal and the employee the right of appeal, as it is now when the employer has the right of suspension only.

Mr HOLT - I admit that that is true in principle, though perhaps the unrest would not be so great in fact because the time involved would be shorter. I am citing these instances, not in order to bolster up my own case, but in order to indicate the views of the employers.

The next case supplied to me is as follows : -

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