No exemptions from labour's minimum wage

Thatcher, Mike
June 1995
People Management;06/29/95, Vol. 1 Issue 13, p10
Reports that all employees will be covered by the minimum wage legislation introduced by the future Labor government according to secretary Harriet Harman. Problems with exemption for small firms; Expected raise of wage per hour; Harman's criticism of the two-year qualifying period.


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