The federal election is set to be held in 2019 and that means the next one won’t happen until 2023, a year after the last election was held.
This year’s election will also be the last one to include the so-called “Fair Work” laws, which require companies to provide minimum wages and equal pay to women and the LGBT community.
The laws are designed to ensure equal pay for women and women-owned businesses, and to ensure that women are paid for their contributions to the workplace.
It is one of the strictest federal minimum wage laws in the country, and employers have until 2020 to comply.
The Fair Work laws also apply to contractors and other businesses.
The federal government’s new Fair Work Commissioner has made a number of recommendations on the law, including that it be changed to require all employers to provide a minimum wage of $15 an hour.
While some states and territories have already passed legislation requiring a minimum minimum wage, they are not yet required to do so in the U.S.