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Low wage, low growth: Porter's industrial relations bill is only good in parts

By Andrew Stewart, John Bray Professor of Law, University of Adelaide
Adriana Orifici, Lecturer, Monash University, Monash University
Joellen Riley Munton, Professor of Law, University of Technology Sydney
Shae McCrystal, Professor of Labour Law, University of Sydney
Tess Hardy, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Melbourne
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The government’s Fair Work Amendment (Supporting Australia’s Jobs and Economic Recovery) Bill presently before parliament was drafted at the end of a six-month consultative process that brought together employer and employee representatives to chart what the prime minister hoped would be “a practical reform agenda, a job making agenda”.

The agenda seems to have…

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