ACTU Survey – ICA Analysis

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Tweet Last month I blogged about the ACTU Targeting Job Security. Independent Contractors Australia has a response on their site that asserts the ACTU-driven survey actually disproves their own assertions that workers want more secure work. Here’s a summary breakdown of their analysis of the figures:   Profile of respondents Some 42,000 responded, a big […]

ACTU Targeting Job Security

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Tweet At the end of September the ACTU unveiled their national campaign on non-permanent employment – Secure Jobs, Better Future – which includes a mix of changes to workplace and tax laws and enterprise agreements to prevent contract, labour-hire and casual employment arrangements “unless they are absolutely necessary and offer genuine benefits to workers and […]

PSI Criteria Update

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Tweet Regular readers will remember when I broke the news to the VA industry that the Labor Government had on its agenda proposed changes to PSI Criteria that would potentially affect over 2 million self-employed and independent contractors (updated on 18 August). This week the Australian Financial Review exposed the fact that the ALP has […]