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Fair pay debate: a question of compulsion

NBR joins BusinessNZ CEO and CTU president to argue the merits of fair pay agreements.

BusinessNZ chief executive Kirk Hope and CTU president Richard Wagstaff talk to Brent Edwards.

Brent Edwards Wed, 22 Jun 2022

Business New Zealand believes only sectors where workers are vulnerable should be covered by minimum standards.

The organisation opposes the Fair Pay Agreements Bill (FPAB), but its chief executive Kirk Hope indicated employers would have less opposition to the legislation if it was targeted at

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