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Reports - 08 Oct 2021

Economics Weekly 8 October 2021

Economics ResearchAll Sectors
COVID-19 lockdowns continue to restrict activity and mobility for many businesses and people across NSW, the ACT and Victoria but will begin to ease over coming weeks. International and interstate travel remains heavily restricted nationwide.
Media Releases - 05 Oct 2021

Ai Group congratulates incoming NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet

AdvocacyAll Sectors
"Ai Group congratulates Dominic Perrottet on his convincing win in the Liberal leadership ballot to become the next NSW Premier," Helen Waldron, NSW Head of the peak employer association Ai Group said today.
Media Releases - 01 Oct 2021

Cabinet reshuffle and international border reopening

AdvocacyAll Sectors
“Ai Group congratulates Angus Taylor on the confirmation of his appointment to the role as Industry Minister. This portfolio will be critically important for business to help drive the post-COVID-19 recovery and to facilitate the resumption of productivity growth that is required to underwrite sustained improvements in Australian living standards,” Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group said today.
Media Releases - 28 Sep 2021

New training support measures will help drive apprentice completions

AdvocacyEducation & TrainingAll Sectors
“The new Completing Apprenticeship Commencements program announced today by Stuart Robert, the Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business, will help improve retention rates, and help grow the number of tradespeople in skill shortage areas,” Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group said today.
Media Releases - 28 Sep 2021

NSW: welcome shift in COVID focus

AdvocacyAll Sectors
"Over recent weeks, the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has stolen the show in leading NSW and the rest of the country to a more hopeful living with COVID path,” Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group said today.
Media Releases - 15 Oct 2021

Opening statement: Senate Inquiry into Australia’s sovereign naval shipbuilding capability

AdvocacyDefenceManufacturing
Ai Group Opening statement to the Senate Economics References Committee inquiry into Australia’s sovereign naval shipbuilding capability.
Blogs - 03 Nov 2021

Prosperity must not cost the earth, regulator says

AdvocacyBusiness ImprovementHealth & SafetyWaste & Circular Economy
Do all you can to eliminate or minimise risks to the environment and human health, Victorian businesses in the waste and recycling sector are being urged.
Media Releases - 28 Oct 2021

COVID-Happy Halloween: safe, creative and balanced

AdvocacyConfectionery
As Halloween nears, the confectionery industry’s message this year is about safety, creativity and balance.
Blogs - 25 Oct 2021

Every drop counts for bathroom innovator

Standards & RegulationManufacturing
The future of bathrooms is smart. Waking up to a shower pre-set to your ideal temperature, checking your water usage of the tapware on a smartphone and saving water are just some of the water conservation measures and user benefits households can look forward to, says Dr Steve Cummings, Chair of Ai Group’s Water and Plumbing Products Cluster and Director Innovation at GWA Group.
Media Releases - 25 Oct 2021

Climate target deal a positive step on the long road ahead

AdvocacyAll Sectors
“The reported Federal Coalition deal that delivers a net zero commitment by 2050 is a positive step that will help right now, especially with managing the electricity sector transition,” Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group said today.
Webinars - 28 Oct 2021

COP26 Glasgow: What’s it all about?

Standards & RegulationAll SectorsEnergyMinerals & ResourcesRoad Transport & LogisticsWaste & Circular Economy
Speeches & Transcripts - 12 Nov 2021

Innes Willox address to Australian Labour Law Association Biennial National Conference 2021

Workplace RelationsAll Sectors
Innes Willox speech: The Death of Collective Bargaining? The Regulation of Work in Post-Pandemic Digital Australia
Media Releases - 25 Nov 2021

Industry welcomes the removal of unworkable provisions from Religious Discrimination Bill

AdvocacyWorkplace RelationsAll Sectors
"Industry welcomes the removal from the Religious Discrimination Bill 2021 of the unworkable provisions relating to employer conduct rules concerning employee statements of belief," Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group, said today.
Media Releases - 25 Nov 2021

New citizenship option for skilled visa holders a smart move

AdvocacyTalent & RecruitmentAll Sectors
"The announcement today by the Immigration Minister Alex Hawke that short-term skilled visa holders are eligible to apply for permanent residency and citizenship is a smart move that will help address our growing skills shortages," Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group said today.
Blogs - 30 Nov 2021

OECD reviews impact of the pandemic on higher education

Education & TrainingAll Sectors
The OECD recently conducted a review of the disruption in higher education as a result of COVID-19.
Blogs - 16 Dec 2021

ACSC urgent alert and mitigation advice: Log4j vulnerability

AdvocacyCyber Security
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has issued an alert on its website about a vulnerability existing in certain versions of Log4j software library – one of the most widely used java-based logging utilities globally.
Reports - 17 Dec 2021

Economics Weekly 17 December 2021

Economics ResearchAll Sectors
COVID-19 activity restrictions were further reduced in major cities across the nation in December. Interstate borders continued to improve with international travel resumed for certain foreign citizens, international students, and eligible visa holders from Wednesday 15 December.
Media Releases - 16 Dec 2021

MYEFO comment – Ai Group

AdvocacyEconomics ResearchAll Sectors
"The Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO) released today provides further evidence of the resilience of the Australian economy in the face of the COVID-19 crisis. However, it also highlights some key vulnerabilities that should attract substantial policy proposals from across the political spectrum as we head into the election next year,” Innes Willox, Chief Executive of the national employer association Ai Group, said today.
Reports - 03 Dec 2021

Economics Weekly 3 December 2021

Economics ResearchAll Sectors
COVID-19 activity restrictions were significantly reduced in NSW and Victoria through November. International travel resumed for certain foreign citizens from Sunday 21 November, with a pause announced for international travel for international students and eligible visa holders.
Blogs - 03 Dec 2021

Address modern slavery or lose competitive edge

AdvocacyBusiness ImprovementInternational TradeAll Sectors
Businesses will suffer commercially if they fail to address modern slavery, experts said this week.