BHP-B wages blow-out caused by AWAs: union

THE wage for a fitter on shift at a BHP-Billiton iron ore site has grown by nearly $32,000, from $74,949 in 1999 to $106,800 today, thanks to incentives offered by firstly a Western Australian workplace agreement and then an Australian Workplace Agreement.


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