While the federal government attacks unions it is revealed that Turnbull’s Chief of Staff is paid over $600,000 per year – more than the PM himself, with the Government getting around its own 2% wages cap. Meanwhile, as USU General Secretary Graeme Kelly points out, staff members in electorate offices across the country who have gone without a pay rise for two years have started voting on a new enterprise agreement that limits annual wage increases to 2 per cent. The union is urging a NO vote.
November 24, 2016
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