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  • Aug 23
    Business owners deserve their say in council elections

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    The following Letter to the Editor was sent by Victorian Chamber Chief Executive Mark Stone AM on 22 August. Regional and suburban businesses should be very concerned about the Victorian Government’s proposed changes to their voting rights in council elections.
  • Aug 18
    Business at the heart of the world’s most liveable city

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    The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is delighted that Melbourne is once again the world’s most liveable city, for the sixth year running. Victorian Chamber Chief Executive Mark Stone AM said it was no surprise to the residents of Victoria that our capital city is a vibrant and desirable...
  • Aug 17
    Message from Mark Stone AM, Chief Executive, regarding Sally Capp

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    The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Chief Executive, Mark Stone AM, today announced the resignation of the Victorian Chamber’s Chief Operating Officer, Sally Capp, who is leaving to become the Victorian Executive Director of the Property Council of Australia. Mark Stone said: “I would...
  • Aug 11
    Rejecting settlement lands ex-employee with 113k bill

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    The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has ordered an ex-employee to pay all of his former employer’s legal costs on an indemnity basis following a failed unfair dismissal hearing and subsequent appeal, with the total bill reaching $113,286.
  • Aug 11
    FWC rules dismissal unfair following employer’s inadequate response to claim

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    The Fair Work Commission has found a dismissal of a head chef from a Sydney restaurant to be unfair after being supplied with “extremely late, confounding and seemingly contradictory information” by the employer the evening before a scheduled hearing.

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