The Fair Work Amendment Bill currently before parliament has been described by the Federal Government as the most substantial reforms to Australia’s industrial system since the Fair Work Act was introduced in 2009.
Some people have concerns with it including ANU experts warning it could spark more public health emergencies, with people in insecure work the worst affected.
But Charles Cameron, the CEO of RCSA Australia and New Zealand, a peak industry body for staffing and casual agency workers said it is sensible legislation that will benefit all parties.
He joins Jennie Lenman to explain.
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