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Enterprise bargaining on the decline

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“It has become extremely difficult to get enterprise agreements through the FWC.”

“It has become extremely difficult to get enterprise agreements through the FWC, largely in light of the loaded rates decision that came out earlier this year,”

Athena Koelmeyer talks to Smart Company about enterprise agreements receiving the BOOT from the FWC.

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