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'Penalty rates are not a luxury'.
There's nothing ennobling or romantic about struggling.
It is a big deal for a government with a one seat majority.
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He's even proposed an alliance with Labor.
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PM Malcolm Turnbull condemned the 'thuggish' treatment.
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The One Nation leader says small business needs a boost.
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He promised to accept Fair Work Commission results during the 2016 election.
Why should workers on low wages take a pay cut so big business can have a tax cut?
It's something to do with penalty rates.
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You can't have a 'high-wage, first-world' economy with low productivity and aggregate consumer demand.
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The ALP has vowed to fight penalty rate cuts.
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What is it about time on Sunday that makes it worth more than Saturday?
We are a market economy. We are not a market society.
CANBERRA -- Unions claim 2 million of Australia's lowest paid workers are bracing for a pay cut following the release of the Productivity Commission's final report into workplace relations and are cal...
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The Prime Minster has his blinkers on if he thinks his contributions about penalty rates isn't placing enormous pressure on the Fair Work Commission to find against the interests of hard-working employees. He is using the high office of Prime Minister to crack the whip on the Commission.
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SYDNEY -- Treasurer Scott Morrison has declared the current debate about penalty rates “boring” and has flagged targeting Senate crossbenchers for any future industrial reforms. Momentum is building w...
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CANBERRA – Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has accused the Prime Minister of giving the scrapped WorkChoices industrial regime the “kiss of life.” Malcolm Turnbull has declared double-time Sunday and t...
We know women and older Australians are the two fastest-growing groups in the workforce. And that at the same time the future economy wants us to have more babies now, the government doesn't want to pay for maternity leave. Securing a spot in a decent childcare centre is like finding the golden goose.
Retail and hospitality workers fear a campaign to slash weekend penalty rates could nearly halve their earnings and force them to seek family and government assistance. The Productivity Commission’s r...