Another Day, Another Dollar

Cuts to penalty rates add up - it can cost someone who typically already earns less than the average worker up to $1,400 a year.

That’s why, in our first 100 days in government, a Shorten Labor Government would restore Sunday and public holiday penalty rates for 700,000 workers.


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  • Gerardoc Dennisc
    commented 2019-05-17 12:34:02 +1000
    With the change of the things we saw many different type of change here. Now a kind of change is here which is happen in the time when we saw a change in the dollar. From this https://www.topratedessayservice.com/rushmyessay-com-review/ site you can easily check change for you.
  • Shannon Weir
    commented 2019-02-21 02:53:27 +1100
    It’s called capitalism! Learn
  • Geoffrey Potts
    commented 2019-02-20 07:38:42 +1100
    Fantasic description of what is plaguing our country economically, politically and socially. This is a realpolitical issue.
    Inequality has far reaching impacts on our community, caused by a slavish adhearence to neoclassical economic thought.
    Finally, we are looking at the incompatibility of what is in effect a hard right economic theory with left politics. Well done Andrew!
    What we need now a new economic framework that allows innovation, competition, and the ability to improve ones lot, whilst at the same time ensuring the vast majority of our community is not impoverished by the relentless upward movement of wealth that the current system delivers. We need to break the trickle up cycle!
    Ensuring that the poor, the working and middle classes also benefit from the economic development of our nation – and not just the Gina Rineharts of our world (who, incidently, wants to bring third world wage levels to our country) is critial for the health of our nation.

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