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Business leaders lambast Labor’s ‘living wage’

Business leaders lambast Labor’s ‘living wage’

Business owners have angrily hit back at the suggestion that the minimum wage should rise to become a “living wage”, but Labor is yet to detail what such a rise would actually look like.

  • Shared by MyBusiness
  • March 11, 2019
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Speaking at a business summit in Sydney on Wednesday (6 March), Bill Shorten said that the existing minimum wage “is nowhere near a living wage”, and declared the upcoming federal election to be “a referendum on wages”.

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