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The effects of penalty rates on the Victorian hospitality sector

, : The effects of penalty rates on the Victorian hospitality sector. The effects of penalty rates on the Victorian hospitality sector: 145

Penalty rates are defined as wage premia for the performance of typical job duties outside a normal spread of weekday hours or on non-standard working days such as weekends and public holidays. The hospitality sector consists of hotels, motels, clubs and restaurants. It accounts for approximately 40% of overseas tourist expenditures in Australia.

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