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NSW government wins battle to freeze pay of public servants for 12 months during pandemic – The Guardian

The Industrial Relations Commission has supported the government’s plan to prioritise job creation, the NSW treasurer says



Unions will consider legal and industrial action after what they say was a diabolical and disgraceful decision by the New South Wales Industrial Relations Commission to award a 0.3% pay rise to public sector workers.
The commission made its decision on Thursday after the NSW government had pushed for a controversial 12-month freeze on public sector wages.
The Berejiklian government argued it needed to pause the regular 2.5% annual pay rise to guarantee jobs amid the Covid-19 pandemic and free …

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