News coverage

7 March 2016

 

Radio New Zealand Checkpoint (radio clip)

An owner of a commercial cleaning company says that some businesses will struggle to cover the increased costs incurred by the rise of the minimum wage. Dominic Drumm is interviewed by Jemma Brackebush and discusses the issue. Drumm also says that BSCNZ are committed to paying more than the minimum wage and will the renegotiate the collective agreement next month.

http://podcast.radionz.co.nz/ckpt/ckpt-20160301-1754-firm_expects_financial_pressure_from_wage_increases-048.mp3

 

Radio New Zealand online

A cleaning business owner is worried the minimum wage increase will put his company, and other small and medium companies, under financial pressure. Cleaning business owner Dominic Drumm, who is also the president of Building Service Contractors, said members did not expect an increase as high as 3.4 percent in today's low inflation environment.

http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/297838/minimum-wage-increase-'going-to-cost'

 

 Scoop

The media release was posted verbatim.

http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/BU1603/S00007/bscnz-realistic-about-minimum-wage.htm

 

Voxy

 The media release was posted verbatim.

http://www.voxy.co.nz/business/5/245004