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@4WM9S7Wfrom Queensland  answered…2yrs

Well our multicultural society has created a 24/7 culture and now instead of having Sunday off the community has been given the expectation that everything is going to be open. Therefore we now need to review what a working week is. This is a downside of multiculturalism if the statues continues then Sat. penalty rates should apply to the whole weekend or more simple solution don't open on Sundays have a rest day

@98SVZCJGreen answered…3wks

Yes, and double wages should be extended to cover both Saturday and Sunday

@9332WX3 answered…9mos

@92Z6JQ2 answered…9mos

@92SDNVK answered…9mos

@92S93P3 answered…9mos

@92DPRNZ answered…10mos

No. Penalty rates should exist, but at 115% and 140%. Having the wage at 200% stops people who want to work more to create a better life for themselves from having the opportunity to as it is unaffordable for employers

@92DM7N8 answered…10mos

Why is Sunday even a designated break day lol, there should be no designated break day, only capped working hours.

@9294HWC answered…10mos

Workers should be paid double on whichever designated dates are negotiated with the employee/employer to ensure cover is appropriate and does not infringe on the rights of the worker.

@8ZZRGYQAnimal Justice answered…10mos

People should be able to choose a day to be their “sunday” taking into account cultural beliefs and which days a certain person should be paid more based on those beliefs

@8ZZKYD3Green answered…10mos

@8ZWYDKVGreen answered…11mos

Workers should be paid double wages if they are working on a religious day they would normally be avoiding work

@8ZSFWGW answered…11mos

@8ZN2MM9Green answered…11mos

No, but Saturday penalty rates should be raised to make up the difference

@8ZKYX3ROne Nation answered…11mos

No, penalty rates should only kick in after 5 days work in a row.

@8ZK52YRChristian Democratic answered…11mos

There should be no paid work on Sunday. It should be kept as a Sabbath and do as God calls you.

@8Z5ZYL8Labor answered…12mos

Yes they should. Many low income part times workers aren’t even paid double wages on sundays

@Anderson9 answered…12mos

@8X6P3R5 answered…1yr

@8VCHZMT answered…1yr

No, as a day off should be incentivised on Sundays for Australians.

@8TFQWP4Liberal answered…2yrs

@8G64H7Z answered…2yrs

In principle no, so long as their minimum rate is raised to compensate

@8G6435D answered…2yrs

In principle no, but Sunday work is more likely for low paid workers, so unless there is a concurrent increase in the minimum wage, yes

@8FY4NV9 answered…2yrs

Yes. Make the weekends and public holidays one and a half times the regular wage

@8F9YC7V answered…2yrs

Not for small businesses, they could barely be able to afford it.

@8DHFL2N answered…2yrs

No, they should be paid time and a half, however the penalty rate should be a government expense to support small businesses.


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