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MEDIA RELEASE: Abolition of the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal

Submitted by Bismark02 on Tue, 04/12/2016 - 14:19
The H.R. Nicholls Society supports and welcomes the Prime Minister’s pledge to abolish the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal. The Tribunal’s most recent order increasing the mandatory rates owner-operator truck drivers are required to charge threatens to push prices up by between 15 and 30 per cent and drive 35,000 self-employed truck drivers out of business. H.R. Nicholls Society’s President, Adam Bisits, said: “The tribunal’s order makes it illegal for self-employed drivers to compete on cost with larger employees.

Another HR Nicholls Society member for parliament!

Submitted by Bismark02 on Mon, 03/07/2016 - 10:45
Media Release March 6, 2016
Another HR Nicholls Society member for parliament James Paterson preselected for Senate
The HR Nicholls Society congratulates member James Paterson on his preselection by the Liberal Party today for the no 1 Senate position for Victoria.  James was a member of the board of the society in 2011-13.
The society stands for freedom to work and freedom to hire, for internationally competitive terms of employment and for the dismantling of the rorted Australian industrial relations system.  Significantly

Employment Opportunity

Submitted by Bismark02 on Thu, 03/03/2016 - 08:45
Executive Director About the HR Nicholls Society Australia, a century ago, was the richest country in the world in per capita terms. In the 21st century, however, we face the prospect of continuing economic decline and a further reduction in our standards of living.

Has anybody here seen Labor’s Bobby?

Submitted by SMorgan on Thu, 02/25/2016 - 19:01
When it comes to tackling union corruption, Bill Shorten should take a leaf out of the Kennedy playbook. Seven weeks after the release of the final report of the Royal Commission Into Trade Union Governance and Corruption, there is no evidence that the Labor Party is about to see the light. That report gave the lie to the claim that corruption within Australia’s union movement is limited to ‘a few bad apples’.

Royal commission report: Build support for real reform of whole union system

Submitted by Bismark02 on Tue, 01/05/2016 - 12:49
HR Nicholls Society President Adam Bisits writing in the Australian Financial Review: It is not enough to sense that industrial relations in Australia should change. You need the facts to warrant change. We now have from last week's report by the Trade Union (Heydon) Royal Commission (TURC) the facts warranting change in one segment of IR, namely the financial and administrative organisation of unions.