Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has today expressed profound disappointment over the Holiday and Other Legislation Amendment Bill that passed through Queensland’s parliament yesterday that creates a $342 million liability for the business community.
Former Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ) president Beatrice Booth was awarded Honorary Life Membership of CCIQ at the Annual General Meeting today.
The economic benefits from hosting the Commonwealth Games are considered to be significant however latest research by Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ) highlights a polarised view among Queensland business owners about the opportunities that will inevitably arise for their business.
Queensland’s education and training system must be reformed to deliver a world-class workforce which meets businesses’ needs, according to a new report by Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland (CCIQ).
Workplace Health and Safety Officers, commonly known by their acronym WHSOs, have played an integral part in the work health and safety framework in Queensland for many years. However, the new model WHS Act does not provide for the appointment of WHSOs which were exclusive to Queensland and will not transition into the new nationally harmonised laws due to commence on 1 January 2012.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has today expressed the urgent need for an independent and broad review of the Fair Work Act to alleviate pressures on Queensland businesses.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has today urgently called on the Federal Parliament to reject the Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Amendment Bill 2011 as it creates an additional $4 billion superannuation liability per year for Queensland employers.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) President David Goodwin will meet with the CCIQ Far North Queensland Regional Council to hear firsthand the issues facing Cairns businesses.
The Federal Government must deliver a global agreement to cut carbon emissions to ensure Queensland businesses are not placed at a competitive disadvantage following yesterday’s passing of the carbon tax by the Australian Senate.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has today expressed strong opposition to the Queensland Government’s proposal for an additional public holiday next year.