• Focus on Jobs

    ACCI welcomes the release of the exposure draft for the government funded employment services which will be effective from 1 July 2015. "The strength of the government approach to the tender for the Job Services Australia network is that it is more focused on job outcomes and reduces the red tape around employment services by making it less about transactions and reporting." More

  • Parents Deserve a "Fair go" in the Workplace

    ACCI CEO welcomes the release of the Australian Human Rights Commission's landmark report for its Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work National Review demonstrating that discrimination against pregnant mothers and working parents is widespread. ACCI says the findings should not be seen so much as a legal issue, but as a community issue. More

  • Work is the Default Option

    Kate Carnell, ACCI CEO, tackles the welfare lobby’s criticism of the McClure Review of Welfare, arguing that jobs must be the default option, and that simply criticising the McClure Report instead of actually engaging on the detail of how to help more people into work was not taking us forward. More