Unions representing hospitality and retail workers are challenging the decision to drop rates by five percentage points

The Fair Work Commission made errors of law when it decided to slash Sunday penalty rates, a full bench of the federal court has been told.

Unions representing hospitality and retail workers are challenging the commission’s decision in June to drop Sunday rates by five percentage points for workers in the fast food, hospitality, retail and pharmacy sectors, starting 1 July.

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