It’s a serious question.
It goes to matter – it goes to the issue of labor use.
The previous wording of the question was whether or not it was agreed that two workers performing the same job in the same place in the same workplace should be paid the same wage.
This is not even Labor policy.
When you read their letter, they say that a workers’ hiring company … that hires someone for the same job, at the same pay, should not be less. It’s not even their policy.
… they have had difficulties defining what their own policy was.
Difficulties in hiring labor, for the benefit of the home, are represented in ABS’s observations of labor employment where a proportion of all employees has been stable at around 2% over the past decade.
What is very important and what the government absolutely guarantees is that under workers’ employment agreements, people must have exactly the same rights as other employees, including of course the rights of unfair dismissal, the granting of benefits, the right to bargain, general labor protection, health and safety protection, to name a few. Just a few.
The labor Party They say they have a policy of complete equality between the two forms, but when you read the policy, they admit that it is very difficult and in their policy they say that someone who has a hiring worker in the same position in the same type of work should get at least as much but can get more . The exact equivalence is not as they pretended in their previous question.