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Employers: Beware of new record penalties for hurt, humiliation

Minimum wage changes, minimum standards in frame as penalties stiffen, says LegalVision’s Ruby Mills.

WATCH: LegalVision senior associate Ruby Mills speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Tue, 12 Mar 2024

It’s no April 1st prank – the day beloved of jokers will this year mark an increase in the adult minimum wage, from $22.70 to $23.15 an hour (the training minimum wage rises from $18.16 to $18.52).

The wage increase of 2% is – in line with the promise of the coalition Government – minimal

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