The cat's out of the bag — Australian Coalition releases its IR policy
The Coalition has released its workplace relations policy with a statement that the policy ‘will not re-introduce Australian workplace agreements, nor will it weaken safety nets or cause any Australian worker to go backwards’. It continued: ‘There won’t be another WorkChoices — it is dead, buried and cremated. The past is the past and we will not go back to it.’
The Coalition has announced that it will “Improve the Fair Work Laws” by:
- keeping and improving the Fair Work laws;
- ensuring the laws work for everyone;
- delivering a genuine Paid Parental Leave Scheme…
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