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The company building the Perth to Mandurah railway expects more of its striking workers to return to the job today after issuing orders against them.
Yesterday an attempt by the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) to overturn a Supreme Court injunction preventing industrial action against Leighton Contractors was dismissed.
About 280 workers walked off the job two weeks ago in support of the union's campaign to force the company to pay double time for night shift work.
The union's Joe MacDonald says Leighton's moves against individual workers have been heavy-handed.
"I've spoken to one person that had a process server come, turn up at his house five times," he said.
"I spoke to another one that had a process server turn up at midnight.
"Why don't Leighton sit down and talk to these people, and get them back in."
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