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The Federal Government’s latest costings have hit union leaders over their pay plans, with some calling for strike action and others arguing for higher pay.
Labor frontbencher Penny Wong has written to federal Treasurer Joe Hockey asking for an investigation into what she claims is an overly generous pay system for unionised airline staff.
“It seems as if the Government is keen to create the appearance of fairness and fairness with a large number of small and medium-sized Australian businesses that it believes will have minimal impact on the price of their products, services or commodities in their respective market places,” she writes.
She said her letter, due for action next week, was the culmination of an effort by her constituents to discuss the issues at the top of the Government’s agenda.
A spokesman for the전주출장마사지 전주안마 Transport Minister said the Government had made the changes to its compensation system to ensure all people in the industry had a fair share of the Government’s savings.
“We are fully committed to making sure that everyone who works on a domestic or international plane gets paid a living wage,” the spokesman said.
“The Government’s plan will deliver a benefit to the nation – and a reduction in income inequality.
“The Government does not intend to have another financial crisis in the future.”
Labor says it will pursue claims for unfair pay for airline and air transport workers under the Unfair Dismissals Act, which is the basis of Government’s new pay system.
It has asked Labor MPs to attend a meeting of Transport 코인 카지노for Australia’s Business Advisory Board on Thursday to discuss the Government’s proposal to make it illegal for large airlines to refuse to hire on-call staff because of their union membership.바카라스토리
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