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Questions without Notice: Employment (11 Sep 2023)

“The former government had low wages growth as a deliberate design feature of their economic architecture, which resulted in a decade of wage stagnation for Australians. How does the Albanese government's productivity agenda, with a focus on getting wages moving again, differ from that of the former Liberal-National government?”

Questions without Notice: Employment (11 Sep 2023)

“Thank you, Minister. You just outlined an impressive record on wages for the first 16 months of this government. We know the Albanese Labor government is not wasting a day in supporting the economy. But there is more work to be done. What is next on the government's agenda to boost productivity growth and keep wages moving in the right direction?”

Questions without Notice: Employment (11 Sep 2023)

“My question is to the Minister Representing the Treasurer, Senator Gallagher. Minister, since the Albanese Labor government took office 16 months ago, getting wages moving again has been a top priority. At a time when cost of living is an issue for Australians, we know that better wages will help to ease the pressure on household budgets. What measures has the government already delivered...”

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Jess Walsh's latest interest statementPDFLast updated: 24 Aug 2022