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Striking Queensland Rail workers hope to be back at work tonight after a day of negotiations in the state's Industrial Relations Commission.
Management held a second compulsory conference with union representatives today to attempt to settle a dispute with freight handlers.
Around 150 Brisbane staff went on strike two days ago after they discovered 10 colleagues were set to lose their jobs.
The Rail, Tram and Bus Union says the company promised the group in August last year they would receive full-time work but now they are to be dismissed.
Commissioner Brian Blades has recommended Queensland Rail hold "meaningful negotiations" with the union and report back later this month.
The union is currently talking to the freight handlers and it is expected they will return to work tonight.
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