457 Brain teaser

Old Nov 22nd 2007, 7:37 am
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hello all, i hope somebody can shed some light on this for me.

I am currently in australia working as a special class electrician. But, i would say 85% of the work i do is not electrical work and is work that could be carried out by general worker australians who are trained to do the work. So, if 85% of my day is 'non skilled' work, is there a legal argument that an australian resident should be employed to carry out these tasks and me employed to carry out just the electrical work? i hope this makes sense...

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