Older workers in NSW allege discrimination after denied workers compensation | ABC News

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Older workers in NSW say they’re being discriminated against as they’re offered less compensation than their younger colleagues if they’re injured on the job.

CEO of the Council on the Ageing, Ian Yates, says it is “extremely discriminatory”.

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