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The Bulletin Board has been introduced to keep members informed of changes that will affect their work places. This may include legislation/regulations, events, employment and training updates.

AI Group Newsletter 2016 – July

You can view the July AI Group Newsletter  here.

Includes

  • Time for national consistency on public holidays
  • Literacy, numeracy and a box of chocolates
  • Where the global economy will take your business in 2016-17

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June AI Newsletter No.1

You can view the June AI Group Newsletter no. 1 here.

This issue includes:

  • Minimum wage increase out of step with wage movements
  • Team building exercises: boon or boondoggle?
  • Manufacturing consolidates in May
  • Election policies need to resist anti-business sentiment

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May AI Newsletter No.1

You can view the May AI Group Newsletter no. 1 here.

This issue includes:

  • Budget 2016: Overall Good for Business
  • Tax cuts for SMEs
  • Changes to tax and superannuation for individuals
  • Redesign of industry, trade and innovation programs
  • New and streamlined employment programs
  • Industry Skills Fund loses $247 million
  • $50 billion for infrastructure
  • Key budget numbers – the bottom line

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April AI Group Newsletter No. 4

You can view the April AI Group Newsletter no. 4 here.

This issue includes:

  • Survey reveals top Budget priorities for business
  • Submarine decision a massive boost to Defence industry
  • Is traffic congestion strangling your business?
  • Government links with industry in National Cyber Security Strategy
  • ACCC Inquiry lays platform for gas market reform
  • How far and fast are carbon prices spreading?
  • Today’s VIC Budget needs to build on positive momentum

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APRIL AI GROUP NEWSLETTER No.3

You can view the April AI Group Newsletter no. 3 here.

This issue includes:

  • Rejection of ABCC legislation “deeply disappointing”
  • Game of Thrones mimics bloody policy saga
  • Senate abolishes Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal
  • Grant Hackett’s indiscretion and other lessons
  • “Dire Situation” Demands Action On Apprenticeships
  • Johnny Depp Sends A Message To Australian Exporters
  • Government Clarifies Future Of Australian Defence Industry
  • Opposition’s Steel Plan Could Be A Breakthrough

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