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FWC – Fair Work Commission

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9 Jun 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

RBAFOI-222353 - documents for release

2 Jun 2023 PDF 394KB
implications on inflation of the FWC national wage decision of 2022 and case of 2023


5 May 2023 SMP - May 2023 PDF 1366KB

The Effect of Minimum Wage Increases on Wages, Hours Worked and Job Loss

1 May 2018 RDP 2018-06
James Bishop
The size of these adjustments is decided at a national level by the FWC. ... FWC (Fair Work Commission) (2017), ‘Decision – Annual Wage Review 2016–17’, [2017] FWCFB 3500.
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The Effect of Minimum Wage Increases on Wages, Hours Worked and Job Loss

14 May 2018 RDP PDF 1215KB
Leigh 2007). However, the large share of employees influenced by FWC decisions also reflects. ... 2008 to 2013, they studied employment transitions around FWC decisions using a difference-in-.

RBAFOI-232403 - documents for release - redactions marked but not applied

16 Aug 2023 PDF 744KB
Fair Work Decision 2023 impact on inflation

RBAFOI-222312 - Documents for Release

11 Oct 2022 PDF 1298KB
w: . D22/169804 GENERAL 1. IMPLICATIONS OF THE FWC DECISION: INSIGHTS FROM MICRODATA1. ... The share of the wage bill directly affected by the FWC decision is around 15 per cent.


10 Feb 2023 SMP – February 2023
The recent strengthening in wages outcomes reflects the tight labour market, as well as high inflation and the pass-through of the Fair Work Commission (FWC) decision in June on minimum ... 18). This was the highest rate of year-ended wages growth since


4 Nov 2022 SMP – November 2022
the award wage increases of 4.6–5.2 per cent announced by the FWC in June. ... However, some of these households will have their real income supported by the FWC award wage decision and the indexation of social security payments to inflation.

Box C: Minimum Wage Decision

10 Aug 2017 SMP – August 2017
The FWC also noted that the larger increase in award wages would support the relative living standards of low-paid workers. ... Furthermore, the FWC has strengthened its view that ‘modest and regular’ award wage increases do not reduce the number of