Barry again loses fight to change pay law - Sydney Morning Herald - Public Service Association

Barry again loses fight to change pay law – Sydney Morning Herald

The O’Farrell Government’s attempt to again change the law – and its own policy – in relation to a pay increase for public sector workers has failed for the second time in a year.

A Regulation put forward by the Government to direct the Industrial Relations Commission to include superannuation in the 2.5% increase to public sector workers – thereby cutting the available wage rise – was disallowed by Parliament on 5 March.

Read the article in today’s Sydney Morning Herald HERE.

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