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Inquiry Details

Impact of Commonwealth WorkChoices legislation

This Inquiry was referred to the Committee by the Hon John Della Bosca MLC, Minister for Industrial Relations, on 28 March 2006 (30 March 2006, Minutes No. 143, Item 10. p1927).

Legislative Council Commitee Report Debate, 23 November 2006

Referred to the Committee by the Hon John Della Bosca MLC, Minister for Industrial Relations on 28 March 2006. Reported to the House 30 March 2006, Minutes No. 143, Item 10, p1927 Terms of Reference 1. That the Standing Committee on Social Issues inquire into and report on the impact of Commonwealth WorkChoices legislation on the people of New South Wales, and in particular: (a) the ability of workers to genuinely bargain, focusing on groups such as women, youth and casual employees and the impact upon wages, conditions and security of employment, (b) the impact on rural communities, (c) the impact on gender equity, including pay gaps, (d) the impact on balancing work and family responsibilities, (e) the impact on injured workers, and (f) the impact on employers and especially small businesses. 2. That the committee report by Thursday 23 November 2006.

Terms of Reference 1. That the Standing Committee on Social Issues inquire into and report on the impact of Commonwealth WorkChoices legislation on the people of New South Wales, and in particular: (a) the ability of workers to genuinely bargain, focusing on groups such as women, youth and casual employees and the impact upon wages, conditions and security of employment, (b) the impact on rural communities, (c) the impact on gender equity, including pay gaps, (d) the impact on balancing work and family responsibilities, (e) the impact on injured workers, and (f) the impact on employers and especially small businesses. 2. That the committee report by Thursday 23 November 2006.


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