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No ALP commitment on changing IR

July 29, 2018
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Labor will wait to see details of the government’s industrialrelations reforms before committing to winding back the changes ifit wins the next election. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 22 hours ago)
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Prime Minister John Howard has outlined sweeping changes to the laws governing Australian workplaces Under the changes businesses with up to 100 employees would be exempt from unfair dismissal law (ABC News — 26 May, 2005)
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Sweeping changes to the laws governing Australian workplaces outlined by Prime Minister John Howard have been condemned by Labor and the union movement Under the changes awards would be simplified (ABC News — 26 May, 2005)
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Prime Minister John Howard has unveiled sweeping industrial relations changes, including creating a single national system, changing the way the minimum wage is set and exempting businesses with up to 100 workers from unfair dismissal laws. (The Australian — 26 May, 2005)
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The Federal Government will today announce sweeping changes to the laws governing Australian workplaces The long awaited industrial relations (IR) changes are due to be released this morning The (ABC News — 26 May, 2005)
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Prime Minister John Howard has begun outlining what he callshistoric changes to the industrial relations systems in aministerial statement to parliament. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 May, 2005)
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The Federal Government’s proposed industrial reforms were not about destroying the power of unions, Workplace Relations Minister Kevin Andrews said today. (The Australian — 26 May, 2005)
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The Prime Minister is set to announce details of long awaitedworkplace reforms which will include extending business exemptionsfrom unfair dismissal laws. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 May, 2005)
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John Howard will go much further than expected in his workplace reform package to be unveiled today by boosting the size of businesses exempt from unfair dismissal claims to those with 100 employees. (The Australian — 26 May, 2005)
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Big businesses will soon be exempt from unfair dismissal claimsunder a new government plan which strips most fired employees oftheir rights of redress. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 26 May, 2005)
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The PM has rejected claims cooks’ wages would be slashed by $150 aweek and truck drivers would be $100 a week worse off underindustrial relations changes. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 23 May, 2005)
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The states are considering a High Court challenge to stop PrimeMinister John Howard’s controversial industrial relations changes. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 hours ago)
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From next year more than 5 million workers will lose protectionagainst being unfairly sacked in a radical change that economistssay will boost employment but may overstep the ‘fairness’threshold. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 27 May, 2005)
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Conflict over the Federal Government’s industrial relations reform agenda was the last thing business needed, the Australian Industry Group (AIG) said today. (The Australian — 23 May, 2005)
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