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Everybody Out

Everybody Out is the official news bulletin of APTIA. Sent directly to APTIA Members each month, the bulletin reports on current and breaking Industrial Relations news, stakeholder news, recent industry decisions as well as important industry dates.  Below is the most recent version of the Everybody Out. Archive copies of Everybody Out are available to APTIA Members (please visit our Membership Area for more information on how to become a Member or to login to the Membership Area).

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October 2017 edition

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BIC 2017 National Conference
Notices have gone out to APTIA members advising that the 2017 APTIA Annual General Meeting will be held at 14.00 at the Grand Chancellor Hotel Hobart on Sunday 12 November 2017. Members are invited to register for the BIC National Conference here. Members should also note that Grace Collier, will be the keynote speaker in the industrial relations session on Tuesday 14 November 2017 at 14.45 sponsored by the Interact Group.

Membership News: Surfside Buslines and the Gold Coast Central Chamber of Commerce
Martin Hall, President of the Gold Coast Central Chamber of Commerce and General Manager of Surfside Bus lines recently hosted keynote speaker and former Prime Minister the Hon Tony Abbott to the Chamber’s annual business showcase lunch as part of the Chamber’s annual business exhibition on the Gold Coast. Read more in this month's edition of Everybody Out.

Industry News: Penalty Rates
A full Federal Court judgment has now rejected the union challenge to reduced penalty rates in retail and hospitality has upheld the Fair Work Commission's power to change awards during reviews, even when there has been no "material change" in circumstances. Read more in this month's edition of Everybody Out.

Industry News: Pay rises remain low for enterprise bargaining
Wage rises in private sector agreements have sunk to a new 26-year low, while the number of agreements approved has collapsed to a 22-year low, according to Department of Employment data. Read more in this month's edition of Everybody Out.


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