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10 Mar
Rae's Journey chapter 4: Having a partner

The Victoria Jiangsu Business Placement Program was the best adventure and most fun possible in business. It has left an impression that is quite profound in terms of possibilities for our business in the future.

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07 Mar
Rae's Journey chapter 3: Rae's Mission

The Victoria Jiangsu Business Placement Program was the best adventure and most fun possible in business. It has left an impression that is quite profound in terms of possibilities for our business in the future.

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02 Mar
Rae's Journey chapter 1: Rae takes the leap...

The Victoria Jiangsu Business Placement Program was the best adventure and most fun possible in business. It has left an impression that is quite profound in terms of possibilities for our business in the future.

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02 Mar
Rae's Journey chapter 2: No real fear for me...

The Victoria Jiangsu Business Placement Programwas the best adventure and most fun possible in business. It has left an impression that is quite profound in terms of possibilities for our business in the future.

This is chapter 2 of Rae's journey. 

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09 Dec
From the Chief Executive

As the festive season is well and truly upon us, I am sure many of you are enjoying catching up with your colleagues and contacts at functions and celebrating the end of a productive year. Here at the Victorian Chamber, we are also reflecting on the past 12 months.

We have evaluated our big wins for Victorian businesses and celebrated what they will mean for our state economy. 

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21 Jul
Training eyes to the north star

Making sure the relevant stakeholders are clear about organisational goals and engaged from the outset of an enterprise bargaining process is paramount, writes acting workplace relations general manager Richard Williams. Below, Richard outlines the benefits of clear-cut goals when it comes to the enterprise bargaining process.

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14 Jul
Employer no dummy, rules FWC

A man who submitted a fake job application in an attempt to expose discrimination against him was rightly dismissed for breaching his organisation’s code of conduct, the Fair Work Commission has found.

An independent investigator engaged by the employer found that over three years the man had submitted or was instrumental to submitting a number of job applications under his friend’s name. The man was suspended from work with full pay for four months before his employment was terminated.

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24 Jun
2016-17 workers' compensation cycle

Victorian workers’ compensation premium notices will be sent to employers on 7 July.

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22 Jun
Olympic greats on success, failure, and career change

The struggles of career transition, confronting fear and failure and understanding that it takes teamwork to achieve personal success were the hot topics of conversation among four Australian Olympic greats at last week’s Melbourne to Rio event, hosted by the Victorian Chamber.

In a surprisingly honest Q&A, Michael Klim; James Tomkins; Nicole Livingstone; and Craig Mottram described what it’s like to achieve a lifelong dream of competing at the Olympic Games, win gold, fail spectacularly, and find new passions outside of elite sport.

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17 Jun
Taking a step back: How to sell your business

As a new financial year looms you may be thinking about the future of your business. Instead of planning for future growth, you may be thinking about taking a step back or moving on from your business altogether.

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