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Better wages, protections: voters want workplace reform

By Kat Wong and Tess Ikonomou
Updated November 14 2023 - 4:20pm, first published 4:15pm
The ACTU's Sally McManus says the workplace reforms are being delayed despite community support. (Nikki Short/AAP PHOTOS)
The ACTU's Sally McManus says the workplace reforms are being delayed despite community support. (Nikki Short/AAP PHOTOS)

Most Australians want to protect workers from wage theft and increase pay, showing the "contentious" parts of the Albanese government's workplace reform may not be so controversial among voters.

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