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A report released today – 'A Matter of Taste' – by Stop the Traffik’s (STT) Australian Coalition recognises industry's progress in efforts to address child labour, but notes there is more to do.
The Australian Industry Group has today released a report which looks at what businesses need to do to prepare for the challenges of digital transformation. The report includes the changes needed in our education and training system that will help deliver the economic benefits of the rapidly changing business environment.
"After last year's decision to reject the ACTU's claim for 10 days of paid domestic violence leave, a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has decided to take a measured approach to the issue of unpaid domestic violence leave," Australian Industry Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox said today.
"The Australian Industry Group welcomes the rejection by a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission of the ACTU's claims in the Family Friendly Work Arrangements Case," Australian Industry Group Chief Executive Innes Willox said today.
Statement by Innes Willox, Chief Executive of Ai Group
"The downgrading of the previously unqualified exemption for Australia from the US tariffs on steel and aluminium to a 'pause' status is deeply disturbing," Mr Willox said.
Australian confectionery manufacturers have called on consumers to spoil themselves during the festive Easter period – but to do it in moderation!
"The comments in today's speech by ACTU Secretary Sally McManus contain nothing new. It's like the ACTU is reheating an old dinner that no one wanted in the first place," Australian Industry Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said today.
Statement by Stephen Myatt, Head - South Australia, Australian Industry Group"Ai Group congratulates the new South Australian Premier Steven Marshall and his team on their election over the weekend," Ai Group SA Head, Stephen Myatt, said today.
"The Global Talent Scheme visa trial announced today puts Australia in a more competitive position to attract the world's best talent," Ai Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox said today.
"On behalf of Hair and Beauty Australia (HABA), Ai Group Workplace Lawyers has filed submissions and evidence in the Fair Work Commission's Hair and Beauty Industry Penalty Rates Case on behalf of the employers in the industry," Australian Industry Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said today.