The Baillieu Government has shown its true colours in the state budget handed down today with razor gang measures and a failure to deliver on urgent capital funding for Brunswick Secondary College and Merri Community Health, or any funding to support a High School for Coburg.
Topic: "industrial relations"
State Member for Brunswick, Jane Garrett is inviting members of her electorate to take part in her consultation into the issue of work life balance.
Ms Garrett said in an increasingly dynamic economy, and fast paced society, there are mounting pressures on employees and individuals, with their personal and family time suffering as a consequence.
Young people in the electorate of Brunswick have been invited to a forum to share their experiences of any unfair treatment in the workplace.
The forum has been instigated by the Brunswick Youth Action Committee (BYAC), with the support of the State Member for Brunswick, Jane Garrett.
Premier Ted Baillieu has changed legislation to allow shops to trade on Easter Sunday, forcing thousands of young people to work on a day which has traditionally been one to spend with family and friends, Member for Brunswick, Jane Garrett said today.
The Baillieu Government’s changes to Easter Sunday trading laws could force hundreds of local retail employees in our local area to work without additional pay loading, State Member for Brunswick, Jane Garrett MPsaid.