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UpdatesJun 09, 2022

Federal Labor Government’s proposals for workplace relations reform – Part 2

In last week’s bulletin, we looked at four areas of workplace relations that we may expect the Federal Labor Government to reform:

But this isn’t all the change we might see with the incoming government.

So, what happens next?

The Federal Labor Government will convene a National Employment Summit comprising industry groups and unions. At the Summit, reforms targeting insecure work and improving enterprise bargaining frameworks will be discussed. It will most likely canvass some of the ideas in which Labor has previously expressed interest, including:

The Federal Government will also commission a white paper to develop possible labour market reforms to promote secure work and higher wages.

The Federal Government will consult with unions, industry groups, and state and territory governments (all but one of which are Labor governments) about:

Finally, the Federal Government will:

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