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Labour Solutions Australia Pty Ltd provides workforce and recruitment services to the mining and engineering, food processing, transport logistics, construction, manufacturing and agricultural sectors. Labour Solutions Australia offer services such ...
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The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) is Australia's leading industry organisation representing 10,000 employers in manufacturing, construction, automotive, telecommunications, IT & call centres, transport, labour hire and other industries. Ai ...
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New six-book series by Michael Tooma! A new series of six books from WHS expert Michael Tooma on Due Diligence, outlining everything you need to know about your Due Diligence obligations. The CCH Due Diligence series includes: Duty of Officers ...
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WorkSafe Victoria provides safety consultancy, prevention, insurance and claims, laws and regulations, risk management and assessments or health services offering consultancy services and information, managing safety inspections at the workplace such ...
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D-Aegis Software Pty Ltd, an Australian based company that provides the solution for data security. We have pioneered and continue to lead the industry in information anti-spreading and management. D-Aegis Anti-Spreading System (DASS), our flagship product, ...
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Worktivity Consulting offers a range of corporate and human resources consulting services to its clients to increase business performance though their people. Worktivity's aim is to align our clients’ business plans and objectives with their ...
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Tony Abbott rules out cutting penalty rates
Editorial
08/09/14 - Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said the government will not lower or axe penalty rates, saying such changes are up to business to push for.
Business wants Fair Work Act review
Editorial
14/08/14 - Key business groups are pushing the government to begin the planned Productivity Commission review into the Fair Work Act.
Abbott government to look closely at workplace relations
Editorial
07/03/14 - The Productivity Commission inquiry into the Fair Work Act will cover pay and conditions, penalty rates, workplace flexibility, and militant unions.
Martin Ferguson
Editorial
04/03/14 - Federal Liberal backbencher Dan Tehan has suggested penalty rates need to be changed and wants Sunday loadings to be halved.
Workplace deregulation won't boost productivity
Editorial
10/02/14 - The University of Melbourne's Bill Harley discusses workplace deregulation's 'meaninglessness'in policy reform.
Apprentices win pay rise
Editorial
23/08/13 - The Fair Work Commission has awarded first and second-year apprentices pay rises of up to $100 a week.
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02/12/09 - WorkSafe is reminding Victorian employers that their legal obligations in helping an injured worker return to safe and sustainable work remain unchanged in difficult economic times.
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11/05/09 - D-AEGIS ANTI-SPREADING SYSTEM (DASS), available from D-Aegis Software, creates a safe work environment (D-Aegis Desktop) on MS-Windows and provides protection of information and applications for enter
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15/04/08 - WorkSafe Victoria’s inspectors will be visiting small and medium-sized businesses in Bendigo as part of a major safety improvement campaign, Safe Towns, in early May.
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25/03/08 - People who operate forklifts, cranes and a wide range of other high risk equipment as well as those working in a number of occupations under Certificates of competency or tickets need to switch to the
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28/09/05 - WorkSafe is stepping-up its campaign to stamp out workplace bullying with the release of figures showing that reports of workplace bullying are rising in Victoria.
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06/09/05 - Victorian Premier, Steve Bracks recently announced the winners of the 2005 Premier’s Food Victoria Awards.

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