Government Introduces New Industrial Relations Bill


In the final sitting week of the parliament, the government introduced its new industrial relations bill. Redefining casual employment, the structure of enterprise agreements and scrapping the Better Off Overall Test (BOOT), for two years.

The bill holds reminisce of the 2005 Howard Work Choices reform, the last time industrial relations was overhauled.

While the Government claims the new laws will make work for employees and employers more flexible, Unions are claiming workers will be worse off overall

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