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  • Jul 01
    Political leaders must back business on Election Day

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    Mark Stone's update: As we all head to the polls tomorrow, we will be making a choice about which party can provide our state with the best opportunities to grow and prosper. Boosting Australia’s competitiveness and productivity is important not only to Victorian business, but to the...
  • Jul 01
    Congratulations to our chief executive

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    The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry wishes to congratulate our chief executive Mark Stone on becoming a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the recent 2016 Queen’s Birthday Honours. Mark was recognised in the awards for significant service to commerce and industry through...
  • Jul 01
    High fines for safety breaches

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    Victorian employers now face highest maximum fines for work health and safety breaches in Australia. The Victorian Treasury and Finance Legislation Amendment Bill 2016, passed last week, increases the maximum penalty to more than $3 million (or 20,000 penalty units) if a company breaches s32 of the...
  • Jul 01
    Mindful employment

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    Ahead of our managing mental health at work briefings series, Sean Millard from CCI Lawyers discusses ways to safeguard your business from productivity loss and costly discrimination claims. Imagine you have an employee who has worked on modified duties as outlined in their WorkCover claim for work...
  • Jul 01
    Victorian Chamber honours contribution of outgoing Victoria Tourism Industry Council Chair

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    The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry would like to honour the long service, dedication and strategic direction provided by Jeremy Johnson as he retires from his role as Chair of the Victoria Tourism Industry Council (VTIC). Mr Johnson has been a fundamental supporter of VTIC since its...

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    The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the peak body for business in Victoria, informing and servicing more than 15,000 members, customers and clients around the State.

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