Mothers Association leader Peta Anderson said her organisation had decided to reject any proposed Australian bail-out. She acknowledged that the government would pay for the scheme but decided it would mean too much paperwork for business people.
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The Productivity Commission today recommended that the Government fund 18 weeks’ leave to be paid to mothers and two weeks to fathers at the minimum wage rate of $544 a week.
ACCI chief executive Peter Anderson says administering the scheme will place higher administrative costs on businesses.