Billions lost due penalty rate cuts: paper

By Colin Brinsden
Updated April 27 2019 - 1:48am, first published 1:44am
Workers would be $2.87bln worse off under coalition government penalty rate cuts, a study shows.

New analysis by the McKell Institute has found workers would be $2.87 billion worse off under three-years of a coalition government due to cuts to penalty rates.



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