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MGF2341 Debate

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Debate part second speaker affirmative for should legal protections be strengthened for minimum employee standards.

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Labour relations Economy Business Employment Minimum wage law Employment compensation Working time Workplace Minimum wage Labour law Fair Work Act Industrial relations
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Labour relations Economy Business Employment Minimum wage law Employment compensation Working time Workplace Minimum wage Labour law Fair Work Act Industrial relations
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When in business, profit and financial gain can be strong motivators for employers to pursue cost-minimisation objectives. Recognition that the rights of vulnerable employees are backed by the law is essential as workers in a lower position are often exploited. To add to that, these vulnerable workers are often unwilling to file a complaint or speak out for fear of negative consequences in their employment. By updating and strengthening employee standards, vulnerable employees such as casual and low-paid workers could benefit from having stronger legal protections. Thus, this will reduce power imbalance in the workplace and encourage employees who are being taken advantage of by their employers to speak up for their rights and seek help from the Fair Work Commission. In short, ...
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