• Nov 25
    New wave of competition reforms to drive productivity growth

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    Chief Executive Mark Stone:   The Federal Government’s response to the Competition Policy Review shows its commitment to drive competition reforms that will lift long term productivity growth. The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has been a consistent advocate of the need for...
  • Nov 24
    Botched redundancy may prove costly for small NSW business

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    A small New South Wales stud farm has failed to prove to the Fair Work Commission that its redundancy process was genuine. A horse trainer at the farm had worked for the business for almost three years when he was told by his employer in an “informal meeting” that his position had been...
  • Nov 20
    Victoria’s Regional Statement’s focus on stronger, more competitive regional business supports job creation throughout Victoria

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    Mark Stone's Update: The Andrews Government’s Victoria’s Regional Statement, released this week in Milawa, has a positive focus on supporting skills, improving infrastructure, boosting connectivity and developing tourism in our regions.
  • Nov 20
    “Panic turn” is bulldust: FWC finds

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    An electrician dismissed after rolling a company vehicle during bad weather has been reinstated after the Fair Work Commission upheld his unfair dismissal claim. The man was driving at night along a straight stretch of unsealed road on a mine site when the wheels hit a large hole filled with ...
  • Nov 20
    Awards honour Melbourne's best

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    Our city’s best were honoured at the Melbourne Awards gala ceremony this week, with Bryan Lipmann AM named Melburnian of the Year. Mr Lipmann is CEO of Wintringham, an organisation dedicated to helping homeless elderly. Other individuals and organisations were honoured for their work in...


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