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Fair pay agreements to proceed following ILO hearing

The Government urged to keep consulting but won't have to report back to the International Labour Organisation until 2024.

E tū union members campaigning for Fair Pay Agreements.

Brent Edwards Mon, 13 Jun 2022

The fair pay agreements legislation is before the select committee again this afternoon just days after the International Labour Organisation brushed aside a complaint that it breached international conventions.

Instead, the ILO suggested the Government continue to consult unions and employer

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