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Failed Policies Continue Down Under

buxton Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 1:03 AM
its all because they have a Labor (communist) government in power at the moment and as the unions pay their re-election cost then the courts give the unions what they want as the judges are appointed by the government the only businesses able to work in these situations are the family only ones where all the workers share in the profits eventually and wages are paid by the father as the children have need. Soon they will be able to pay off their mortgages and the kids will all be driving BMWs small business (apart from family ones) just die in this climate as rents are very high along with wages and every business is a risk, some days are good and then other days send you bankrupt

It's time once again to take a look at happenings down under. Restaurants are closing en masse rather than pay double time and a half to stay open on holidays.

Please consider Penalties blamed for taking high-end dining off menu.

The annual survey of the 7500- member Restaurant and Catering Australia reveals a 33 per cent jump since 2011 in the numbers of restaurateurs saying they cannot afford to open on public holidays.

Public holiday penalty rates require...

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