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Confusion? Who says there’s confusion around enterprise bargaining in federal agencies that have yet to sign new pay agreements?
“There is no confusion within government agencies regarding this matter,” states Australian Public Service Commissioner John Lloyd in his latest rebuttal of a news report on Commonwealth workforce matters.
Lloyd has taken issue with an article in The Canberra Times again today, accusing the paper of “disingenuous” reporting.
The article claims there is “confusion” between Minister Michaelia Cash’s statement that the “government’s position is clear” and departmental statements that they are “still waiting” for advice on the re-elected Turnbull government’s “policy approach”.
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