Original article by Dana McCauley
The Age – Page: 5 : 29-Aug-18
The ACTU has signalled that industrial relations will be a key focus of its campaigning in the next federal election. ACTU secretary Sally McManus has described Prime Minister Scott Morrison as the "architect of trickle-down economics" and accused him of being out of touch with working people. The ACTU’s national president Michele O’Neil has urged Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O’Dwyer to support the introduction of paid domestic violence leave. Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has committed to introducing such leave if he wins office.
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