Aged care sector calling for commitment to workforce funding

15 March 2022

ANMF Federal Secretary Annie Butler speaks with chief political correspondent Laura Tingle on ABC 7.30.

One of the key recommendations of the Aged Care Royal Commission was the need to improve the aged care workforce primarily by paying workers more. An historic case in the Fair Work Commission begins next month and it will determine if workers get a pay rise but one key player is declining to take part.

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