Why The ACTU Hates The Sharing Economy

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21 March 2018
Why The ACTU Hates The Sharing Economy

Sally McManus’ speech today shows the ACTU are going after Uber, Airtasker, Deliveroo and other new businesses coming out of the sharing economy.

Gideon Rozner explains why McManus’ proposals would hurt the 700,000 Australians out of work, among many others

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Gideon Rozner

Gideon Rozner was the Director of Policy at the Institute of Public Affairs

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