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The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry < 1 mins read

 

 

The Victorian Chamber has been instrumental in the WorkCover negotiations and welcomes today’s developments. 

 

 

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

 

“This is the best outcome that our business community could have expected, and we applaud all sides of politics for showing leadership to work together on a solution that our state’s business and workforce so desperately needs to ensure our economic sustainability. 

 

“The Opposition deserves credit for standing firm and initiating the inquiry. 

 

“The Victorian Chamber looks forward to playing a major role to ensure that a modern WorkCover system is sustainable and affordable. And that includes the scope of Return to Work Victoria and the remit that it should have to also play a preventative role and foster improved outcomes for workers.” 


Contact details:

Kate McGrath, media@victorianchamber.com.au0402 660 027

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