Forum: How the labour market can help South Australia

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The HR Nicholls Society held, on the 22nd of October, a lunchtime forum on how strengthening the South Australian economy through the labour market, other deregulatory measures and finding the right place in the supply chain in open markets.
Forum: How the labour market can help South Australia

Special guest speakers were Malcolm Bosworth and Professor Christopher Findlay. This was covered in the Adelaide Advertiser:

HR Nicholls Society president Adam Bisits has called on the State Government to make application to the Fair Work Commission and call for a special lower minimum wage in SA. The free-market group advocates labour deregulation and held a forum in Adelaide yesterday. In June, Australia’s lowest paid workers were awarded a 3 per cent rise to take the minimum weekly wage to $640.90 a week, or $16.87 an hour.

Click HERE to read the rest of the Advertiser Story. You can download Malcolm Bosworth’s speaking notes HERE, and his powerpoint HERE.