Protesters march on parliament

UNION bosses have marched on NSW Parliament calling on Premier Barry O'Farrell not to cut entitlements for "vulnerable" workers who have been injured on the job.

Workers union secretary Mark Lennon, led protesters through the streets of Sydney on Monday morning.

A report on the benefits of the state's WorkCover compensation program will be delivered in parliament next month.

A two-and-a-half year cap on entitlements could be recommended.



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