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  • Feb 16
    From the Executive - 16 February 2018

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    Last week, we applauded the Victorian Parliament’s close scrutiny of the Labour Hire Licensing Bill 2017. While the bill was passed in the Legislative Assembly, the Coalition’s opposition to the bill is welcomed and signals an urgent need to re-examine this proposed scheme through a...
  • Feb 09
    Parliamentary inquiry into labour hire licensing required

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    The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the Victorian Parliament’s close scrutiny this week of the Labour Hire Licensing Bill 2017. While the bill was passed in the Legislative Assembly in a vote on Thursday, the Coalition’s opposition to the bill is welcomed and signals...
  • Feb 07
    VCCI says Westgate Tunnel must proceed for the good of all Victorians

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    The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry calls for all parties to support the Westgate Tunnel project proceeding without amendment or delay. Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive Mark Stone AM said suggestions that the Opposition or Greens may attempt to delay the project...
  • Feb 05
    Fair Work Commission rules in favour of employer in casual conversation case

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    The Fair Work Commission (the “Commission”) has ruled in favour of an employer and rejected an appeal by the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union (ANWU). ANWU’s application concerned a dispute with an employer alleging a breach of the employer’s enterprise agreement.
  • Feb 02
    Bus driver reinstated after being dismissed for a road rage accident

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    A bus driver dismissed because of his role in a serious road rage incident has had his employment reinstated after the Fair Work Commission ruled the dismissal to be harsh when considering all the circumstance including  the employee’s length of service and otherwise unblemished...

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