Federal Member for Groom, Garth Hamilton, is spearheading efforts to support local businesses with significant ramifications on the horizon, as a result of the Albanese Government’s wide ranging industrial relations changes.
Mr Hamilton is hosting a free forum on industrial and workplace relations policy, bringing together senior industry leaders to discuss the impacts of these reforms on businesses in our community.
“The Albanese Government’s new industrial relations laws will have significant impacts on businesses in our community.”
“These laws will make life tougher for businesses by increasing costs, complexity and red tape, and the government has legislated many new changes.”
“It is crucial that we engage with senior industry representatives to comprehensively assess the implications of these major reforms,” Mr Hamilton said”.
The panel of speakers will include representatives from leading organisations:
· Ben Rogers, General Manager of Workplace Relations and Legal Affairs at the National Farmers Federation.
· Shaun Schmitke, Deputy CEO and National Director of IR at the Master Builders Association.
· Luke Achterstraat, CEO of COSBOA (Council of Small Business Organisations Australia).
· Brooke Lord, Head of Advocacy at RCSA (Recruitment, Consulting & Staffing Association).
“For those who wish to better understand these legislative changes, I encourage you to come along to find out more and ask your questions,”
“This forum is a valuable opportunity for businesses to hear from national business leaders with specialist knowledge, use this opportunity to gain insight into the new industrial relations landscape and how it will affect your operations.” Mr Hamilton said.
Date: Thursday, 1st February 2024
Time: 6.00 pm
Location: Club Toowoomba (Vista Room), 331–339 Hume Street, South Toowoomba
To RSVP or inquire about further details, you can complete the form here.