Retailers will feel the pinch of higher costs.

State minimum wage up 2.1 per cent

The Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission has raised the state’s minimum wage 2.1 per cent from next month, despite concerns it could hurt an already soft job market. 


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This is a disastrous decision which will only hurt the most vulnerable in our State.

Hi Matthew- thanks for your response. Do you think the WAIRC should try a different approach altogether? Or would a freeze have been better?

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