From judges to politicians, reform of Australia’s gig economy may be just around the corner
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Shani Alexander
Shani Alexander, Senior reporter

Australia’s federal government has largely taken a hands-off approach to the gig economy, leaving decisions on employee or contractor status to the courts and individual states. However, with a federal election on the horizon, could Australian lawmakers be about to make workplace reform a key election issue?


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