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Document List

  • This document sets out the Terms of Reference for the 2018 review of work health and safety laws that apply in the building and construction industry.

    The Department has commissioned Seyfarth Shaw Australia to conduct the review.

  • The Terms of Reference for the conduct of the Review of Security of Payment Laws

  • The Future of Franchising Statement

  • Fair Work Act Review 2012

    A review of the Fair Work Act took place during 2011 and 2012

    The Fair Work Act 2009 and the Workplace Relations Amendment (Transition to Forward with Fairness) Act 2008 came into full effect on 1 January 2010.

    Due to the scale of the reforms to Australia’s workplace relation...

  • The Department of Employment is responsible for undertaking a regular review of the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) and Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL). These occupation lists are used for skilled migration to meet short and medium/long term needs for the Australian economy.

    This page provides the list of...

  • The Department of Jobs and Small Business is responsible for undertaking a regular review of the Short-term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL), the Medium and Long-term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and the Regional Occupation List (ROL). These occupation lists are used for skilled migration to meet the needs of the Australian economy.

    ...

  • Treasury reported 95 measures1 during the year, with a total net regulatory saving of $716.1 million per year. 

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining is a quarterly report containing data about the number of enterprise agreements made in the federal workplace relations system, as well as data about the number of employees covered and the level of wage increases included in collective agreements.

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining is a quarterly report containing data about the number of enterprise agreements made in the federal workplace relations system, as well as data about the number of employees covered and the level of wage increases included in collective agreements.

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining June quarter 2013

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining is a quarterly report containing data about the number of enterprise agreements made in the federal workplace relations system, as well as data about the number of employees covered and the level of wage increases included in collective agreements.

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining is a quarterly report containing data about the number of enterprise agreements made in the federal workplace relations system, as well as data about the number of employees covered and the level of wage increases included in collective agreements.

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining March quarter 2013 

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining is a quarterly report containing data about the number of enterprise agreements made in the federal workplace relations system, as well as data about the number of employees covered and the level of wage increases included in collective agreements.

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining is a quarterly report containing data about the number of enterprise agreements made in the federal workplace relations system, as well as data about the number of employees covered and the level of wage increases included in collective agreements.

    The reports are published approximately every...

  • The September 2016 Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining report, published in Dec 2016 by the Department of Employment.

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining September 2013

  • Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining is a quarterly report containing data about the number of enterprise agreements made in the federal workplace relations system, as well as data about the number of employees covered and the level of wage increases included in collective agreements.

  • The March 2017 Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining report, published in August 2017 by the Department of Employment.

  • The December 2016 Trends in Federal Enterprise Bargaining report, published in April 2017 by the Department of Employment.relations system, as well as data about the number of employees covered and the level of wage increases included in collective agreements.

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