Throughout the year, Victorian Chamber releases a number of key policy documents, which outline our position on the key issues facing Victorian businesses. Based on our own research and information from Victorian Chamber members, these documents form the basis of our advocacy efforts.
Our priorities to improve the quality of Victoria's VET system.
Our priorities to improve the competitiveness of Victoria’s higher education sector.
Small business. Big opportunities.
Our priorities for keeping small business competitive.
Australia’s workplace laws relating to modern awards, penalty rates, the agreement making process, business protection from industrial action, unfair dismissals and “general protections” must be changed as a priority.
That is the key message contained in Victorian Chamber’s submission to the Productivity Commission Review of Australia’s Workplace Relations Framework.
The Victoria Summit 2015 – Regional Victoria was held in Bendigo on the 13-14 August 2015, bringing together regional business leaders and stakeholders from across the State to identify the priorities needed to keep regional Victoria growing.
We launched our policy document Regional Victoria Means Business at the Summit, calling on policy makers to adopt reforms that strengthen regional business competitiveness, employment, trade and investment.
Victorian Chamber often makes submissions to inquiries, reviews or consultations on behalf of members to ensure the needs of Victorian businesses are understood and taken into account.
Some of our major submissions are outlined below.