Minimum wage to increase 5.2 per cent while minimum award wages increase 4.6 per cent

Lillian Altman
Updated June 17 2022 - 3:40pm, first published 1:37pm
WAGES: Westvic Staffing Solutions chief executive officer Dean Luciani has welcomed wage increases in the next financial year. Picture: Chris Doheny
WAGES: Westvic Staffing Solutions chief executive officer Dean Luciani has welcomed wage increases in the next financial year. Picture: Chris Doheny

THE south-west's lowest paid employees will rejoice with news the minimum wage will increase, the chief of Westvic Staffing Solutions says.

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Lillian Altman

Lillian Altman

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Lillian is an experienced journalist who joined Warrnambool Standard in late 2021. She has a particular interest in writing stories on the arts and culture, health, education, breaking news, police stories, as well as human interest and profiles.

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