Senate IR legislation inquiry - 14 November

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Senate IR legislation inquiry - 14 November

Those making submissions today to the fast-tracked Senate inquiry into WorkChoices legislation range from the federal IR department to State Governments, employers and churches.

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Those making submissions today to the fast-tracked Senate inquiry into WorkChoices legislation range from the federal IR department to State Governments, employers and churches.

Inquiry into the Workplace Relations Amendment (Work Choices) Bill 2005

Public Hearing - Canberra, 14 November 2005

 

Time

Witnesses

9.00–10.00am Department of Employment and Workplace Relations
Mr Finn Pratt, Deputy Secretary, Workplace Relations
Mr James Smythe, Chief Counsel, Workplace Relations Legal Group
Mr John Kovacic, Group Manager, Workplace Relations Policy Group
Ms Natalie James, Assistant Secretary, Legislation Reform Branch
Mr David Bohn, Assistant Secretary, Legislation Reform Branch
Ms Dianne Merryfull, Assistant Secretary, Legislation Reform Branch
Mr Peter Cully, Assistant Secretary, Legislation Reform Branch
Mr David de Silva, Assistant Secretary, Legislation Policy Branch
and other officers
10.15–12.15pm State and Territory Ministers
Hon John Della Bosca MLC, Minister for Industrial Relations (NSW)
Hon Thomas Barton MLA Minister for Employment, Training and Industrial Relations (QLD)
Ms Katy Gallagher MLA, Minister for Industrial Relations (ACT)
Hon Rob Hulls MLA, Minister for Industrial Relations (VIC)
Hon Michael Wright MHA, Minister for Industrial Relations (SA)
Mr Anthony McRae MLA, representing the WA Minister for Consumer and Employment Protection
Hon Lin Thorp MLC, Representing the Minister for Industrial Relations, Tasmania
1.15–2.45am Australian Industry Group
Ms Heather Ridout, Chief Executive
Mr Stephen Smith, Director, National Industrial Relations
Mr Ron Baragry, Legal Counsel, Workplace Relations
3.00–4.00pm Enterprise Initiatives
Mr Rob Thompson, Founding Director
4.00–5.00pm Uniting Church
Rev. Dr. Dean Drayton, President
Rev. Dr. Ann Wansbrough

Contacts: Secretary: Mr John Carter, 02 6277 3520; Mobile: 0416 277 018; Secretariat: Ms Dijana Jurjevic, 02 6277 3521

Further information

For further information, contact:

Secretary
Senate Employment, Workplace Relations and Education Committee
Department of the Senate
Parliament House
Canberra ACT 2600
Australia

Phone: +61 2 6277 3521
Fax: +61 2 6277 5706
Email: eet.sen@aph.gov.au 
See: Senate website

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