Government to table Industrial Relations bill in hopes to kick start real wage growth | ABC News

Government to table industrial relations bill in hopes to kick start real wage growth | abc news

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The federal budget may not have offered much in the way of relief for millions of Australians facing cost of living pressures, but today the government will table its Industrial Relations bill, in hopes it will kick start real wage growth.

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