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1 July employment law changes: What you need to know

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HC Online | 27 Jun 2014, 10:55 AM Agree 0
The new financial year starts on July 1 and it will signal several important changes for employers. HC looks at what you should prepare for.
  • Jimboaus | 27 Jun 2014, 03:14 PM Agree 0
    I find it remarkable that the constant increase in minimum wage is seen to benefit the workers, when in reality, employers have no choice but to minimise the number of workers.
    Of course, I realise that any increase in minimum wages adds superannuation and tax -15% of the superannuation paid in to the government's coffers to consolidated revenue to be spent without accountability.
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