The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has today welcomed the Office of Best Practice Regulation (OBPR) final report on Measuring and Reducing the Burden of Regulation, saying that it represents the best possible outcome for Queensland businesses and the state economy. Read more.
It will become increasingly difficult for employers to take on an apprentice or trainee if the variations sought by union groups to a raft of modern awards are implemented. Read more.
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CCIQ (Chamber of Commerce & Industry Queensland) has welcomed the release of the Queensland Commission of Audit’s final report describing it as a clear direction for Queensland’s roadtrip to being the number one state again. Read more.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has today welcomed the State Government’s announcement of two significant initiatives to reduce green tape for Queensland small businesses. Read more.
CCIQ encourages small businesses across Queensland to participate in a survey about the impact of the national workplace health and safety laws. Read more.
Amid concerns over the significant impact of 457 skilled migration program changes announced over the weekend, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland has called on the Federal Minister and Unions to present any evidence they have of businesses rorting the system before introducing further red tape for small and medium businesses. Read more.
QCA electricity prices announcement - Businesses wearing the cost of bad policy decisions and Government's failure to act
The Chamber Of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has today come out firing over the QCA's proposed electricity price hikes for 2013-14 saying that any attempt to claim this as a good outcome is disconnected from the reality of doing business. Read more.
The Federal Government’s $1 billion Jobs Plan is a mixed blessing for Queensland small businesses, says the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ). Read more.