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Budget back-flip on employee share plans

The federal government will fast-track a consultation process to ensure that low and middle-income earners are not locked out of employee share schemes following widespread backlash from business and unions about the controversial budget measure.

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Sydney
Just another example of the incompetence of "K Dudd" and his hapless band of Ministers and advisors getting it so wrong. Perhaps he could hold an inquiry into why it won't work and how effective his policy will be in detaching employee effort from company performance. We wouldn't want to encourage businesses and employees to work together for the good of the nation now, would we??

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