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Ai Group trade report: Lower dollar a positive but challenges remain
An Ai Group National CEO survey released 15 August 2016 has found that the lower dollar is helping Australian businesses and manufacturers.
Work needed to boost apprenticeship numbers: ACCI
Words are not enough: report highlights vital role apprenticeships play in the modern economy.
Manufacturing people power: full time or labour hire?
With eCommerce and an ever-growing market of impatient customers expecting everything yesterday, manufacturing has never faced more challenges.
10 Things to Consider When Selecting a Contract Manufacturing Partner
You have a fantastic product and while you concentrate on the sales and marketing side of your company, it is extremely important that your supply chain aligns with your goals for ...
FIFO workmates urged to ask R U OK?
WITH up to 1 in 3 fly-in fly-out workers reportedly experiencing mental health difficulties[1], suicide prevention organisation R U OK? is urging workmates to support one another ...
SafeWork NSW issues ladder safety warning due to recent incidents
SafeWork NSW has issued a reminder to NSW businesses to work safely with ladders after one worker was killed and four were seriously injured in falls over the past two months.
Pilbara mine workers back-paid $240,600
A labour-hire company has back-paid 13 workers a total of $240,600 after they did not receive their termination entitlements at a mine in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Training Supervisors to Improve Health and Wellbeing of Employees
Mental and stress related disorders such as depression, anxiety and burnout account for a large percentage of all work-related health problems.
Ai Group welcomes job creation focus in SA State Budget
The Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) welcomes the SA Government's initiative in job creation and the Job Accelerator Program.
The Future of Manufacturing: It’s a Very Small World
Where do we look when we're developing new ways to improve the quality of our products and reduce their cost?
Does Brexit have any fibre?
What exactly is this British breakfast cereal that's got everyone in a tizz?
Exercises to improve neck problems in manual workers
Compared to many other industries, manual workers have higher odds of developing neck problems.
Australian PMI®: Manufacturing gains further ground in June
The Australian Industry Group Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index (Australian PMI®) edged up a further 0.8 points to 51.8 in June to remain above the 50-point level separating ...
Women considered better industry workers. Or not?
Women and industry workplace settings aren’t a common picture that comes to mind.
Be prepared - wage rate changes effective 1 July 2016
A new National Minimum Wage comes into effect from the first pay period on or after tomorrow, July 1.
Manufacturers plan for more investment and new jobs
Australia's manufacturers remain upbeat thanks to an uptick in home building activity and the lower Australian dollar, although the surge in confidence of late last year is abating, ...
Reinventing Company Culture to Increase Employee Engagement and Safety
Company culture, an elusive and often overlooked and undervalued concept.
Cautious approach needed on apprenticeship quotas: ACCI
Labor is right to seek ways to reverse the slide in apprenticeship numbers but its proposal for quotas on government-funded infrastructure projects needs to be considered with caution, ...
Supporting innovative businesses to drive jobs and growth
Innovation is critical to Australia's economic transition and forms an important part of our national economic plan.
Annual wage review places pressure on business: ACCI
The Fair Work Commission’s decision to increase minimum and award wages by 2.4 per cent means a heavier burden for employers operating in an economy in transition, the Australian ...
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