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ABCC essential to return the rule of law to building sites
"It is essential that the ABCC Bill is passed without delay in order to deliver vital reforms to the building and construction industry and to reduce the costs that are ultimately borne by the entire community. Without its passage the unlawful and inappropriate conduct being constantly and widely displayed by construction unions will continue unabated," Ai Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said today.
Tuesday 18 October 2016

Industry welcomes passage of Emergency Services Volunteers Bill
"The Australian Industry Group welcomes the passage through Parliament of the Fair Work Amendment (Respect for Emergency Services Volunteers) Bill 2016. There is a legitimate public interest in prohibiting enterprise agreements from containing provisions which would prevent volunteer emergency services bodies managing their volunteer operations safely, productively and efficiently," Ai Group Chief Executive,Innes Willox, said today.
Tuesday 11 October 2016

Launch of new Ai Group Graduate Employment Service
"Ai Group has today launched its new graduate employment service in Canberra which aims to tackle the catch-22 dilemma where graduates can’t find a suitable job without experience and employers can’t find job-ready graduates with experience," Ai Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox said.
Tuesday 11 October 2016

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