AusChamber Launches "Top 10 In Ten" Campaign
25th May 16
Member businesses of the Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) are invited to participate in a campaign launched today emphasising the importance of industry and business to Australia's future in the lead up to the 2016 Federal Election.
Key Issues For The Dental Industry —
The Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA), along with other peak representative bodies, is a member of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AusChamber) and this affiliation allows ADIA to make a contribution on behalf of the dental industry as the Australian Government considers reforms to legislation on business taxation, workplace relations, occupational health and safety, international trade and business competitiveness.
In the lead up to the 2016 Federal Election AusChamber, as the nation's peak council of business organisations, has this afternoon launched its Top 10 in 10: Ten steps towards a more competitive Australia business priorities campaign. This initiative is designed to provide a clear business voice during the election campaign by outlining ten core goals, such as to reduce government red-tape; create jobs by allowing employers and employees to negotiate workplace arrangements that best meet their needs; and help Australian industries grow through modernised workplace regulation that better responds to its needs. These ten goals are summarised in the video embedded below:
The campaign emphasises that the ten goals need to be achieved over the next ten years to ensure that Australia remains competitive in the global marketplace so business can continue to operate sustainably.
As a member of AusChamber, ADIA will be supporting the campaign in the lead up to the election and, member businesses of ADIA are invited to join in the campaign by participating online and keeping up to date via the links below:
The AusChamber, with the support of ADIA and other national industry associations, develops and advocates policies targeted to achieve a world class environment for doing business. Policy at the AusChamber is developed by and on behalf of representatives of all Australian business in pursuit of an active, vibrant private sector, productivity, economic growth, job creation and a strong economy to the benefit of our community.
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