Business Pulse

CCIWA CEO Chris Rodwell
WA to have a say on industrial relations reforms
Western Australia will have a chance to voice its concerns on the Federal Government’s proposed workplace law changes with the announcement of a Senate committee...
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Cost-of-living pressures have dented household spending
Cost-of-living pressures continue to hurt households
Soaring interest rates, cost-of-living pressures and global uncertainty are driving down consumer confidence in WA, according to CCIWA’s quarterly Consumer Confidence report. 
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Economic Wrap: WA hits record employment and migrant levels
WA’s labour force expands Labour Force data released last week shows WA’s jobs market continues to grow. The number of people employed in the State...
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CCIWA Chief Economist Aaron Morey
IR reforms and slow approvals will stifle region’s growth, says CCIWA
The Goldfields-Esperance region has the resources, infrastructure and skills to capitalise on “enormous opportunities”, but “the challenges are as significant as the prospects”. 
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CCIWA Chief Economist Aaron Morey
Reforms needed for growth: CCIWA Chief Economist
CCIWA Chief Economist Aaron Morey has highlighted the need for reforms in the face of economic headwinds that are expected to halve the State’s growth...
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Investment opportunity in Australia’s lithium manufacturing industry
Austvolt is on track to be Australia’s first commercial-scale precursor cathode active material (pCAM) manufacturer, making it a key player in the country’s rapidly growing...
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WA mining sector
Senate hearings on IR reforms must have WA voice
Proposed changes to Australia’s federal industrial relations laws that threaten critical parts of the country’s minerals industry supply chain with unnecessary cost burdens are being...
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Government to target trade and investment with Southeast Asia
Bilateral trade and investment with Southeast Asia are set to strengthen with the Federal Government committing $95.4 million to the cause.
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CCIWA’s Director, People and Culture, Tracy Al Said
HR leadership forum offers training and career development opportunities
CCIWA’s Director, People and Culture, Tracy Al Saidi says an integral part of her career progression and keeping up with the demands of a rapidly...
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WA mining industry
WA ‘biggest loser’ of proposed workplace laws
CCIWA is firmly opposing the Government’s workplace relations reforms, championing the concerns of our Members who fear additional red tape and stronger union rights.  
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Small business payment times
Review looks at improving small business payment times
In a bid to expedite payments to small businesses, the Federal Government is looking at publicly reporting the worst and best payers and incorporating payment...
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Parliament House, Canberra
IR reforms: What is coming next?
Federal Workplace Relations Minister Tony Burke will introduce legislation to Parliament on Monday called the Fair Work Amendment (Closing Loopholes) Bill 2023. Our Policy and Advocacy...
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