Commemorating Workers’ Memorial Day, UnionsWA has today commented on the need to improve occupational health and safety measures with a priority on preventing work deaths and injuries.
We live in a time of great debate and discussion about our industrial relations system.
But before outlining my vision of what the future of IR should look like in this country I want to spend a bit of time considering the current debates and issues.
This article is an edited version of an address by Meredith Hammat,
Secretary, UnionsWA (pictured) to the Chamber of Commerce and
Industry WA The Future of Industrial Relations Conference on 22 April 2015.
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