Victorian government cuts public sector wages

Windisch, Margarita
April 2009
Green Left Weekly;4/8/2009, Issue 790, p3
The article reports on the wages policy of the Victorian Australian Labor Party (ALP) state government which limits the wage rises of public sector workers from 3.25% to 2.5% annually as an attempt to save jobs in the state.


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