'Sunday Bloody Sunday - The Penalty Rates Debate' at the National Press Club of Australia
Ged Kearney, ACTU President before the debate with Kate Carnell at the #NPC
Kate Carnell, Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO)
Kate Carnell, "Sundays were for church and roast at grandma's place..."
"Sunday penalty rates of of up to 200%, that's double-time, are a huge disincentive for opening and employing..." says Kate Carnell the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO).
Kate Carnell, "The fair work decision is a recognition of modern Australia, an Australia where retailers are competing against offshore online operators."
Ged Kearney. "the billionaire owner of Hungry Jack's, Jack Cowan says Sunday penalty rates are a thing of the past, as does Kate, and people who work weekends should just, he says, work out their family responsibilities..."
Jed Kearney speaking at the National Press Club of Australia
Ged Kearney, "basically it is a paycut to someone who can't afford it."
Kate Carnell at the National Press Club
Ged Kearney and Kate Carnell
Joe Kelly with the Australian asks a question
Kate Carnell makes a point during the penalty rates debate
Tim Shaw from Radio 2CC asking a question
ACTU President Ged Kearney
Kate Carnell the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO)
Sarah Martin, Ged Kearney and Kate Carnell
Michael Keating asks a question about money owed to small businesses and what can be done to reduce payment times to improve cashflow
Ged Kearney smiles during the debate with Kate Carnell
Kate Carnell responds to a question from the media
Ged Kearney listens to Sarah Martin