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Penalty cut to benefit small business, jobs: CCI

Business representatives have welcomed a move to ease Sunday and public holiday penalty rates for hospitality and retail workers, saying it would be particularly beneficial for reducing unemployment in Western Australia.

The decision was made as part of a four-yearly review by the Fair Work Commission, and reduces Sunday penalties by between 25 and 50 percentage points for fast food, hospitality, retail and pharmacy workers.

The new Sunday rates: 


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