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Time to ensure unions obey our laws and heed our courts

23 Jul 2019

The Government has called time on union officials with deep pockets, arrogant attitudes, and combative lawyers thumbing their nose at...

Further falls in VET funding reinforces urgent need to prioritise reform

18 Jul 2019

"Business and government need to work together with schools, career advisers and training providers to encourage students to choose VET...

Passage of tax cuts benefits all Australians

04 Jul 2019

With the passage of the tax cuts achieved, the Australian Chamber looks forward to working with the Government on its plans to...

Australian Chamber welcomes the reintroduction of the Ensuring Integrity Bill

04 Jul 2019

“By passing this Bill, the Parliament can send a strong signal to organisations and their officials who repeatedly flout the...

Business calls on the Parliament to pass personal tax package in full

01 Jul 2019

We urge the Parliament to pass the package in full to put more money back into the pockets of Australians...

Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes Working Holiday Maker program expansion

01 Jul 2019

“These positive changes in the program and Tourism Australia’s Australia Inc marketing campaign, will go a long way in attracting new...

Business welcomes Prime Minister’s emphasis on workplace relations and skills

24 Jun 2019

Australia’s largest and most representative business network, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, welcomes the Prime Minister’s commitment to...

International Visitors Survey continues to highlight positive growth story

19 Jun 2019

Australian Chamber – Tourism, the peak body of Australia’s tourism organisations, acknowledges the release of the International Visitors Survey today. The...

Industrial sentiment bounces, conditions confirm a loss of momentum

18 Jun 2019

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Westpac Survey of Industrial Trends for the June quarter 2019 released today, shows...

Economic growth figures underline need to support business to invest and create jobs

05 Jun 2019

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Australia’s largest and most representative business network, today expressed disappointment at the latest...

Lower interest rates to boost small business investment

04 Jun 2019

The Reserve Bank Board’s decision to lower the cash rate to 1.25% today has been welcomed by Australia’s largest business...

Business welcomes new Federal Shadow Ministry

03 Jun 2019

“We look forward to working constructively with the Opposition to develop and support policies that will make Australia a better...

Australian Chamber-Tourism congratulates The Hon. Simon Birmingham on his re-appointment as Tourism Minister

26 May 2019

Australian Chamber – Tourism, the national peak body of Australian tourism organisations...

Australian Chamber Welcomes New Federal Government Ministry

26 May 2019

The new Morrison Coalition Federal Government Ministry reflects the right mix of stability and progress for the Australian business community,...

Australian Chamber congratulates Prime Minister Morrison and his Coalition Government on re-election

19 May 2019

“The business community congratulates the Prime Minister and the Coalition for winning...

VALE THE HON ROBERT JAMES LEE HAWKE AC, GCL

17 May 2019

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Australia’s largest and most representative business network, today paid tribute to the life...

Labor Tourism Policy welcomed by Australian Chamber-Tourism

16 May 2019

The Australian Chamber – Tourism, the national peak body of Australian tourism organisations supports Labor's Tourism Policy announced yesterday evening.

Australian Chamber to call for 1.8% increase to minimum and award wages today in Melbourne

14 May 2019

Australia’s largest and most representative business network, the Australian Chamber of Commerce...

Australian Chamber response to Labor’s costings

10 May 2019

“We welcome Labor’s commitment to delivering surpluses and paying down debt, and for releasing costings a week prior to Election...

Targeting lower power prices: increase competition not regulation

10 May 2019

The Coalition’s commitment to reduce power prices through increased supply and competition is a positive response to calls by the...

Business welcomes R&D tax break for collaboration

08 May 2019

Australia’s largest network of businesses, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, welcomes Labor’s pledge today to boost the Research...

Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes Coalition’s Tourism Policy

03 May 2019

Australian Chamber – Tourism, the peak body representing national tourism groups acknowledges the formal announcement of the Coalition’s tourism policy,...

Tourism Satellite Accounts 2017-2018 highlight labour and skills needs in the visitor economy

01 May 2019

The Tourism Satellite Accounts for 2017-18 highlight the visitor economy as one...

Industry-wide wage increases set and subsidised by government put small businesses under pressure

30 Apr 2019

“Whilst we welcome the Opposition’s decision to limit Government subsidised wage increases...

Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes Labor’s Tourism policy

23 Apr 2019

Australian Chamber - Tourism, the peak body representing the national tourism groups, welcomes Labor’s Tourism policy platform, which commits continued...

Labor’s proposed changes to temporary skilled migration impose big costs on small business

23 Apr 2019

Labor’s announced changes to temporary skilled visas will impose big cost increases...

Australian Business Growth Fund recognises Small Business is a Big Deal

23 Apr 2019

“This announcement is recognition that small businesses is one of the major drivers of economic growth. One of the biggest...

ACTU must stop misrepresenting the facts on employment

18 Apr 2019

“The ACTU’s latest statements on multiple job earners once again seeks to mislead working Australians by making a series of...

Business welcomes Labor focus on surplus & skills but worried by wages plan

05 Apr 2019

A commitment from a future Labor government to deliver surplus budgets against the risk of future global shocks is welcomed...

Billion dollar threat to small business still stands

04 Apr 2019

“Hundreds of thousands of Australian small businesses have been left in limbo, not knowing whether or not they will be...

Business welcomes bipartisan support for small business instant asset write-off

04 Apr 2019

Australia’s largest voice for small business, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, welcomes the passage of a Bill through...

Budget delivers measures to keep tourism sector strong

02 Apr 2019

The measures in the budget are a good first step to continue the momentum for Australian tourism which is outperforming...

Budget delivers for small business and skills

02 Apr 2019

“With a budget surplus is in sight, more than a decade after the Global Financial Crisis, we would have preferred...

Small Business looks to the Budget

01 Apr 2019

Small Business will be looking to the Federal Government in Budget 2019 to help to sustain the right environment for...

Australian Chamber welcomes increased funding for Export Market Development Scheme

29 Mar 2019

“Today’s announcement will relieve some of the pressures that exporters face and should allow more businesses to gain better rebates,...

United Nations Body Rejects ACTU Complaint Against Australian Building and Construction Commission

28 Mar 2019

Australia’s official employer representative to the United Nations’ International Labour Organisation (ILO),...

Small Business is a Big Deal: Australia’s largest business network gives voice to issues facing small business

27 Mar 2019

Australia’s largest voice for Small Business, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and...

Living wage proposal will hurt the people it is supposed to help

26 Mar 2019

The Labor Party’s plan to introduce a living wage will hurt small businesses and the job prospects of workers it...

High costs at home and pressure to innovate are challenging Australian exporters

26 Mar 2019

“High costs at home and the need to come up with new or improved products and services are major challenges...

Australian Chamber welcomes Labor small business policy

22 Mar 2019

Labor's small business policy released yesterday is welcome recognition of the importance of small business to jobs and the economy, Australia's largest...

More co-ordinated approach to population planning is welcome

20 Mar 2019

We urge the government to go a step further than what was announced today and commit to develop, through the...

Employment services reform rightly focuses on jobs seekers and employers

20 Mar 2019

Australia’s largest network of businesses, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has welcomed the announcement by Kelly O'Dwyer, Minister for...

Economic own goal: evidence does not justify Government cuts to migration

19 Mar 2019

The reduction in permanent migration announced by the Government today is not justified by the evidence, Australia’s largest network of...

Business conditions remain positive, but the mood is turning

19 Mar 2019

The outlook for Australian manufacturing is becoming increasingly uncertain, with the first quarter 2019 results of the Australian Chamber of...

The ACTU’s ‘living wage’ would breach international law

14 Mar 2019

Calls for Parliament to set minimum wages based on 60% of median wages would breach Australia’s international treaty obligations, the...

Focus on working holidaymakers welcome

14 Mar 2019

Australia’s peak body of tourism organisations, the Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes reports today that the Government has announced a new campaign...

Australia must maintain a balanced, independently set minimum wage

12 Mar 2019

Australian employers, employees and job-seekers need to be assured that the Fair Work umpire would remain truly independent in setting...

Australia’s temporary skilled visa system no longer fit for purpose and must be fixed

07 Mar 2019

Australia’s temporary skilled visa system is no longer effective in targeting genuine...

Sound Budget action needed after disappointing GDP increase

06 Mar 2019

As election day approaches, it is hard to shift the focus off the political issues, but these GDP figures show...

Labor call for living wage sends a shiver down the spine of small business

06 Mar 2019

"The Opposition Leader’s reported call to move from a minimum wage to a so-called “living wage” – a proposal pushed...

Big Unions’ wish list a clear and present danger to Australian living standards

05 Mar 2019

The Australian Council of Trade Union’s (ACTU) plan to remove power from employees and employers and hand it to union...

Australian Industry Statement rejecting the flawed Biosecurity Levy

04 Mar 2019

The Australian Government announced a biosecurity levy in the 2018 budget due to be implemented this July that is significantly...

Opportunities for business and jobs open up with Australia-Indonesia Deal

01 Mar 2019

Australian Chamber CEO James Pearson will join the Chamber’s Indonesian and Australian partners at the event, to celebrate their joint...

Work Health & Safety laws: on track but more to do

25 Feb 2019

Australia’s largest network of businesses, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the release by Safe Work Australia of...

Economic modelling of emissions reduction targets raises concerns

21 Feb 2019

"Business has been calling for policies to make energy more affordable in the short and long term, ensure reliability and...

Wage growth welcome, but challenges remain

20 Feb 2019

Australia’s largest network of businesses, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has welcomed new figures showing annual wage growth...

Unions must respect the Law when they enter work sites

15 Feb 2019

“Union officials wanting to enter employer premises must be subject to effective oversight and accountability and, like every other Australian,...

Does the Senate support Small Business – or not?

15 Feb 2019

Australia’s largest voice for small business, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is urging the Senate not to recreate...

Vale George Polites AC CMG MBE (1918-2019)

12 Feb 2019

It is with great sadness the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry notes the passing of George Polites AC CMG...

Australian Chamber welcomes Royal Commission report and calls for focus on the future

05 Feb 2019

“The Commission has rightly taken the financial sector to task over its conduct,” Australian Chamber CEO, James Pearson, said. “We welcome...

No time to relax on budget repair

01 Feb 2019

“With business sentiment wavering amid global economic uncertainty, now is not the time for the Government to relax its effort...

Australian Chamber-Tourism Chair appointed to Tourism Australia Board

30 Jan 2019

“The appointment recognises both John Hart’s expertise and the role that Australian Chamber-Tourism plays in coordinating the industry voice. With...

Increase in the instant asset write-off a boost for small business

29 Jan 2019

Australia’s largest and most representative business network, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the Prime Minister’s announcement today...

Steady growth in employment is good news

24 Jan 2019

The positive news delivered by the ABS Labour Force figures today is a welcome boost to business confidence, Australia’s largest...

Small Business top of agenda where it belongs

21 Jan 2019

“Addressing the competitive conditions in which small to medium size enterprises operate will need to be the number one focus...

ACTU’s advocacy against Working Holiday Makers ignores the benefits

15 Jan 2019

Australian Chamber-Tourism Executive Chair, John Hart said, “the Working Holiday Maker Visa Program is not only a vital source of...

Business welcomes latest results from graduate employment and employer satisfaction survey

11 Jan 2019

An improvement in employment outcomes as well as an increase in employer...

Australia right to look to the Indian Ocean, as well as Asia-Pacific, to secure our future

10 Jan 2019

Job Vacancies – The Facts

09 Jan 2019

“The simple truth is today’s ABS data confirms there have never been more job openings in Australia than there are...

ABCC crucial to maintaining the law and protecting workers and small businesses

09 Jan 2019

“Completely abolishing the ABCC would be an open invitation for a return to the building site lawlessness of the past...

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s New Year’s Resolution

28 Dec 2018

In this upcoming Federal Election year, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s New Year resolution is to convince the...

Employment story continues positive trend; enterprise agreements still delivering

20 Dec 2018

Despite the positive story in these figures, Mr Pearson noted that the trend underemployment rate, which measures those people who...

COAG Energy Council outcomes better reflect industry concerns – at last

19 Dec 2018

Australia’s largest and most representative business network, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, has welcomed the COAG Energy Council’s...

Improvement in Budget bottom-line welcome

17 Dec 2018

“With the good news comes caution. Today’s announcement is not a green light to spend to excess, particularly as the...

Australian Chamber Welcomes New Employment Report

14 Dec 2018

“The Panel’s report has highlighted the key elements that are critical to making the next employment service arrangements more effective....

Business mood cools but remains positive – survey results reveal

13 Dec 2018

The fourth-quarter results of the Australian Chamber-Westpac survey of Industrial trends, released today, show the outlook for Australian industry remains...

Building and Construction Commission vital to protecting workers’ interests

12 Dec 2018

“Unions and employers share the same obligations as every Australian to act within the law,” Australian Chamber of Commerce and...

Migration works for all of us

11 Dec 2018

“The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry believes there needs to be a greater focus in the current debate on...

Business Welcomes Closing of Casual Employment Loophole

11 Dec 2018

“Australians know it’s not fair to be paid twice for the same work – that’s not a fair day’s pay...

Australia no longer strike bound – but right to strike alive and well

06 Dec 2018

“Minimising strikes and lockouts has been a central goal of our industrial relations system for more than a century.  Australians...

Australian Chamber welcomes the inclusion of domestic violence leave in national employment standards

06 Dec 2018

“We are glad to see that the independent decision of the Fair...

A positive first step towards repairing our industrial relations system

06 Dec 2018

“Parliament should be congratulated for taking an important first step towards repairing our industrial relations system," Scott Barklamb, the Australian...

Latest apprentice data no cause to celebrate

04 Dec 2018

"Business faces pressing skill shortages. We know what many of the problems are with apprenticeships and we have good ideas on...

Business opposes federal energy divestment powers

03 Dec 2018

The Federal Government should drop its plans to introduce the Electricity Price Monitoring and Response Legislative Framework Bill 2018 in...

Vocational Education and Training gets the attention it deserves

29 Nov 2018

The business community has been deeply concerned at the decline in the number of apprentices and trainees,” Australian Chamber CEO,...

New facts expose false claims from big unions on how Australians work

29 Nov 2018

“New data released today exposes false claims by big unions about how Australians work,” Australian Chamber CEO, James Pearson, said...

Prime Minister to address Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Annual Dinner

28 Nov 2018

"The Annual Dinner provides a platform for the Prime Minister to speak...

Labor announcement highlights need for national agreement on energy

22 Nov 2018

“We must not overlook the fact that, right here right now, businesses and households are struggling with unaffordable power bills....

ACTU playing too casual with the facts

19 Nov 2018

“The ACTU is becoming increasingly fast and loose with facts and their latest report into casual wages today makes a...

Business concerned about reports of cut to permanent migration intake

16 Nov 2018

“Employers across the country, in regional communities and our capital cities, and businesses large and small, are worried at reports...

Business welcomes positive jobs growth

15 Nov 2018

“The best way we can reduce underemployment and unemployment is through policy settings that will encourage businesses – large and...

THE FACTS: WAGES ARE GROWING

14 Nov 2018

The ACTU is sowing confusion by claiming wages are staying low following the latest wage growth data. The facts are...

Australian Chamber welcomes federal government’s support for small business

14 Nov 2018

"The government's decision to improve access for small businesses to finance is welcome,” James Pearson, Chief Executive of the Australian...

International Visitors Survey reflects the high value delivered by Tourism

02 Nov 2018

“Our message is clear, tourism works for Australia and these results are further evidence of this. We need to do...

Inflation report highlights need for policy reform

31 Oct 2018

“While overall inflation might be low and certainly lower than the RBA would like, a 20%-plus spike in petrol prices...

Business welcomes regional apprenticeship pilot; more action needed to support national apprenticeship growth

31 Oct 2018

“Alongside this pilot, the Federal Government still has much work to do...

Competition and certainty key to solving energy crisis

23 Oct 2018

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry's CEO, James Pearson, says today’s announcement by the Federal Government on energy clearly attempts...

Big Unions Misinform Their Members and The Australian Community

22 Oct 2018

Big Unions are telling unionists to leave their jobs to attend rallies this week based on deliberate misinformation about how Australians work and...

Migration positive story welcome

19 Oct 2018

"We are pleased Minister Coleman has acknowledged the important role employer-sponsored migration plays in solving the skills and labour shortages...

Australian businesses now have access to TRILLION dollar market

19 Oct 2018

We congratulate the Federal Government on their work in getting Australia into the GPA, and look forward to the opportunities...

Business welcomes Government intervention on casual employment

18 Oct 2018

The Federal Government’s intervention in a legal challenge to preserve casual employment and protect Australia’s small businesses from billions of...

Australian Chamber welcomes Senate endorsement of TPP

17 Oct 2018

Australia’s largest and most representative business network, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has welcomed the passage of the...

Australian Chamber Welcomes COAG Commitment To Address Silicosis

15 Oct 2018

Australia’s largest business network, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has welcomed the COAG Health Council and Minister Hunt’s...

Australian Chamber welcomes Labor support for small business tax cuts

12 Oct 2018

The Federal Opposition’s decision to support the acceleration of tax cuts for small, medium and family sized businesses has been...

Tax cuts the right move by Federal Government

11 Oct 2018

“We urge politicians of all sides who say they are supporters of small business to back the tax cuts being...

Business renews calls for bipartisan national solution to energy crisis

10 Oct 2018

“Business needs both major parties, and state and territory governments, to rise above short-term politics and ideology to resolve the...

Promote regional migration but not at expense of city-based jobs

09 Oct 2018

“There is no doubt we need better infrastructure planning to cope with growth and alleviate congestion,” Australian Chamber CEO, James...

Australia Must Reject Big Union Plan to Return to Big Strikes

05 Oct 2018

Australia’s largest and most representative business network, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, today called on all political parties...

ACTU – “Why?”

04 Oct 2018

Australia’s largest business voice, the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, asks a simple question about the ACTU’s plan to...

Australian Chamber welcomes VET FEE-HELP remedy for students

20 Sep 2018

“We are pleased that the Government has taken additional steps to address inappropriately incurred VET FEE-HELP debt, with proposed legislation...

Business leaders gather at Parliament House for Business Leaders Summit

18 Sep 2018

“Over the course of the Summit we will bring together Australian Chamber members, political and business leaders, policymakers, regulators, and influencers...

Hundreds of thousands of jobs at risk after employment decision

13 Sep 2018

“This decision is a king hit on the livelihoods of Australian employers and employees - in particular small businesses. Employers...

Jobs surge welcomed by Australian Chamber

13 Sep 2018

The Australian Chamber has welcomed news from the Australian Bureau of Statistics today that total jobs surged by 44,000 in August,...

Parliament Should Deliver A Consistent National Domestic Violence Leave Standard

13 Sep 2018

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, welcomes proposed laws to provide all Australian employees with access to domestic violence...

Australian Chamber calls for action and support to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace

12 Sep 2018

“Australian employers do not want sexual harassment in their workplaces,” Australian Chamber...

Extension of Instant Asset Write-Down welcomed; more action needed to end business uncertainty

12 Sep 2018

“Small business is the backbone of the country and accelerated depreciation is an...

Business welcomes Opposition support for the TPP and improvements to trade agreements, and warns on moves to remove dispute resolution and labour market arrangements

11 Sep 2018

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, welcomes the Federal Opposition’s support...

Survey results reinforce need for policy certainty to boost business

11 Sep 2018

The 3rd quarter results of the Australian Chamber-Westpac Survey of Industrial trends, released today, show the outlook for Australian Manufacturing...

Business Calls On Government To Provide Energy Certainty

10 Sep 2018

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called on the Government to make clear quickly, its plans to encourage...

Australian Chamber welcomes Skilling South Australia Announcement

07 Sep 2018

“We are pleased that South Australia has taken the lead in progressing the SAF. With action on declining apprenticeship numbers...

Small Business Tax Cuts & Asset Write-Off Must Now Be Government Priority

06 Sep 2018

Accelerating legislated tax cuts and permanently locking in law the instant asset write-off for small business, has to be a Federal...

Increased age eligibility for Canadian Working Holiday Makers welcomed

06 Sep 2018

Australian Chamber-Tourism, welcomes the announcement today that Canadians up to the age of 35 years are eligible to apply for...

Stronger economy welcomed by Business

05 Sep 2018

The Australian Bureau of Statistics reported today that the economy grew by 0.9% in the June quarter and by 3.4% over...

Business response to ALP Gas Policy

03 Sep 2018

The best way to ensure affordable gas is to increase gas supply, Australia’s largest business lobby group, the Australian Chamber...

Australian Chamber welcomes Indonesian trade announcement and regional visits by new Prime Minister and Trade Minister

31 Aug 2018

Australia’s largest and most representative business lobby group, the Australian Chamber of...

New energy policy right to prioritise power prices; more to be done on reliability and emissions

30 Aug 2018

The Australian Chamber welcomes Energy Minister Taylor’s clear commitment to cut power...

Australian Chamber-Tourism welcomes the appointment of Senator Birmingham as Minister for Trade and Tourism

27 Aug 2018

“We welcome the appointment of Senator Birmingham as the Minister for Trade,...

Business welcomes new Ministry

26 Aug 2018

The Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the country’s largest business group, has today welcomed the announcement of the new Ministry...

Tourism congratulates the new Prime Minister

24 Aug 2018

Australian Chamber Acting CEO and Director of Tourism, Jenny Lambert said, “Mr Morrison’s background in Tourism will better position the...

No time to lose: Business calls for action from new Prime Minister

24 Aug 2018

Australia's largest business lobby group, the Australian Chamber, today congratulates Scott Morrison on his appointment as Prime Minister of Australia,...

Business calls on Government to bring forward legislated tax cuts

22 Aug 2018

“It’s disappointing that the Senate has voted against tax cuts for all businesses, but that must not mean the death...

Australian business and jobs at risk after company tax cut defeat

22 Aug 2018

“Small businesses as well as large businesses, and the people who work for them, have been let down by the...

Australia’s largest business lobby responds to current political environment

21 Aug 2018

"Businesses of all sizes across the country represented by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry more than ever need long-term positive policy...

Jobs and wages figures positive; business challenges remain

16 Aug 2018

As the economy continues to grow, create more jobs and absorb spare capacity in the labour market, we should expect...

Business Women Champions of the Heart launches in Sydney today

15 Aug 2018

The Heart Foundation has joined forces with the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry to launch “Business Women Champions of...

Australian Chamber calls on State and Territory Governments to endorse NEG

14 Aug 2018

The Australian Chamber welcomes the passage of the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) through the Federal Coalition party room. “Business wants...

Bureau of Statistics out of touch with workforce change

14 Aug 2018

The recent decision by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to not review the classification of jobs in Australian workplaces...

COAG: Urgent agreement needed on NEG

10 Aug 2018

“Business patience is wearing thin. Households and business can’t put off paying their power bills, politicians need to stop putting...

Latest VET figures show significant decline

09 Aug 2018

Governments need to urgently implement the apprenticeship projects from the Skilling Australians Fund (SAF) National Partnership Agreements. Not a single...

Business grasps the reality of the debate on Migration

07 Aug 2018

Skilled migration is a critical element in supporting economic growth and business is absolutely up for the debate about its...

Joint Statement – Business and Industry united in calling for an end to energy uncertainty

06 Aug 2018

Representatives of Australia’s biggest employers, small businesses, the energy industry and the...

Well informed jobs market key to remedy fall in education expectations

01 Aug 2018

A good start but job not done: Fair Work should be much fairer to small businesses

30 Jul 2018

The Australian Chamber welcomes the Fair Work Commission’s commitment to better support small business but wants more to be done...

Rising stars go head to head in International Mediation Competition

28 Jul 2018

ACTU wrong on wages

25 Jul 2018

"It’s wrong for the ACTU to claim the wage setting system is failing working people,” Australian Chamber of Commerce and...

Business calls on policy makers to urgently start planning for longer-term growth

24 Jul 2018

A more holistic approach to long-term infrastructure planning is required to address concerns regarding Australia’s population growth, the Australian Chamber of...

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