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Fair pay will be short-lived if National forms next government

Paul Goldsmith does not accept cleaners, bus drivers, supermarket workers and security guards are under-paid.

National Party workplace relations spokesperson Paul Goldsmith speaks with Brent Edwards.

Brent Edwards Tue, 18 Oct 2022

Some unions are already gathering signatures in anticipation of initiating fair pay agreements as soon as the law allows them to.

The Fair Pay Agreements Bill is due back in Parliament this afternoon for its second reading and will pave the way for unions to negotiate collectively in a way they have

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