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April AI Group Newsletter No.2

You can view the April AI Group Newsletter no. 2 here.

This issue includes:

  • April 18: Double dissolution D-Day?
  • Turning back the Email tide
  • Fast Food penalty rates out of sync with needs of business & workers
  • Arrium voluntary administration a reminder of manufacturing pressures
  • Construction Continues To Struggle In March

April 14, 2016
April AI Group Newsletter No.1

You can view the April AI Group Newsletter no. 1 here.

This issue includes:

  • Manufacturing surges to strongest level since 2004
  • Toxic tantrums: negative vibes in the workplace
  • “Flabbergasting decision”: minimum rates for contractor drivers
  • Abolish Road Safety Remuneration Act & Tribunal
  • Services Sector Treads Water In March

April 8, 2016
March AI Group Newsletter No.3

You can view the March AI Group Newsletter no. 3 here.

This issue includes:

  • LIVE DEBATE 12.30: Ai Group and CFMEU on IR election battleground
  • ABCC and Registered Organisations Bills must be passed
  • May 3 Budget: What’s Important To You?
  • 10-Year Maths Plan Highlights Workforce Needs
  • Competition Law ‘Effects Test’ To Be Watched Closely
  • Chocolate Manufacturers Commit To Ethical, Sustainable Cocoa

March 24, 2016
March AI Group Newsletter No.2

You can view the March AI Group Newsletter no. 2 here.

This issue includes:

  • When workplace gossip bites back
  • Don’t swallow myths on casual employment
  • Road Safety Tribunal Should Go Slow On Remuneration Order
  • Victorian Manufacturing Pipeline In Train
  • Did You See These Tech Trends Coming?

March 17, 2016
March AI Group Newsletter No. 1

You can view the March AI Group Newsletter no. 1 here.

This issue includes:

  • Union claims threaten thousands of casual jobs
  • Manufacturing growth strongest since 2010
  • Defence White Paper To Bring “New Industrial Landscape”
  • Labor’s ‘Sham Contracting’ Proposals Need Work
  • QLD Plots 10-Year Roadmap To Manufacturing’s Future
  • For Lease: Busiest Container Port In Australia

March 3, 2016