The NFF’s 16 March 2012 submission to the 2011-12 Annual Wage Review encourages a close consideration of the argument that minimum wages should be set at a level sufficient to encourage labour force participation. The view of NFF is that the federal minimum wage should be increased.
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Read the full submission here.