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Wage rise a damaging blow: CCI

The state's peak employer body says Western Australian businesses will either shed jobs or cut back hours to cope with today's 3.4 per cent national minimum wage increase.

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perth
How about calculating the minimum wage base on a percentage of the Chamber of Commerce director's income , say 10% or 15% ? A lousy $10-$12 wouldn't even cover the rise in grocery prices let alone power bill, petrol or clothing.

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