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Union wages push for low-paid workers

Sydney : Australia | Mar 15, 2012 at 7:09 AM PDT
Source: The Age
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Jeff Lawrence said large increases were needed to stop the wages gap growing between those on awards and other workers. Mr Lawrence said the 1.4 million workers on award wages ''can barely meet the cost of living, let alone live comfortably in an economy that is the envy of the developed world''. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age
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Unions in Germany are calling for increases in wages as the country's economy rebounds from the financial downturn
Unions in Germany are calling for increases in wages as the country's economy rebounds from the financial downturn
 
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