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Victorian Chamber bringing IR sessions to the regions

The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry < 1 mins read

The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is holding 12 free workshops throughout Victoria to help prepare and equip businesses with essential information around the Federal Government’s complex changes to workplace and industrial relations laws.  

The workshops will provide key insights into the implications of the ‘Closing the Loopholes’ amendments which are likely to be far reaching for employers, employees, independent contractors, principals and gig workers.  

For those who can’t attend in-person, a webinar will be held at a later date. 

To be attributed to Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chief Executive Paul Guerra: 

“At the Chamber, we have your best interests at heart and using the WPR support is one of the best ways to maximise your membership. With our stellar team of WPR professionals ready to assist and explain, we urge you to get in touch with our team with any questions.” 

The Fair Work legislation is complex, and the rate of change over the last year has been significant. These amendments bring changes for all levels of business, and with increased penalties for non-compliance, it is vital all employers are across their obligations. 


Contact details:

Gemma Carter, media@victorianchamber.com.au, 0419 368 231 

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