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Australia's Shorten sets 100-day target to boost overtime pay
Australian opposition leader Bill Shorten gave himself 100 days to make sure that low-paid workers get more money for working overtime if he wins next month's election. Labor party leader Shorten, a former union organizer, said on Saturday he would reverse the decision by a tribunal to cut overtime pay in several low-paying industries within 100 days of the May 18 poll. The commission, an independent tribunal that sets the minimum wage, ruled that the cuts would vary, depending on the industry.
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