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 November 3, 2019  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S., Workplace

George Roberts reports:

A company working on the Shell-owned Queensland Gas Corporation (QGC) project has told job applicants they will not be accepted until they submit to blood tests to check if they are at risk of heart attack, high cholesterol and other conditions.

The recruitment subcontractor, SNC Lavalin, has made potential employees sign a waiver that potentially allowed the company to send their data, medical records and blood samples overseas to countries that do not comply with Australia’s privacy laws.

Read more on ABC.

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