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CEO of Australia’s largest business network. Making 🇦🇺 best place in 🌏 to do business
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Acting Prime Minister sharing his enthusiasm with local business here in with
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James Pearson 11h
Replying to @stephenatait @CCIQLD
...which explains the excellent service I received. I thought he looked familiar...
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James Pearson 14h
Love visiting and our friends & local chambers of commerce. They know
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James Pearson Aug 19
My family said goodbye to my elderly mum not long ago. Her grandchildren, now grown ups with their own children, spoke with honesty and kindness about what her life meant to them. It makes me to see each generation pass the baton on the best it can
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James Pearson Aug 19
Mighty industry giving jobs to almost 1 million Australians
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James Pearson Aug 19
We hold our fate in our own hands. Sensible reforms will boost business and help to insulate Australian economy and jobs from 🇺🇸 🇨🇳 trade tensions
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Australian Chamber Aug 18
Read the latest op-ed from the team. By Jenny Lambert, Director of Employment, Education and Training,
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James Pearson Aug 15
Another year of achievement for one of movement’s great leaders and great teams
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Australian Chamber Aug 12
Great to hear you enjoyed the event Victor!
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Australian Chamber Aug 8
"Enterprise agreement-making is not dead in Australia but it does need resuscitation," says CEO
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Australian Chamber Aug 9
Today marks “a new page in the education and training manual for our country”. The welcomes a commitment from parliamentary leaders to reforming VET. Full Statement:
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James Pearson Aug 7
A higher standard of union behaviour would be in everyone's interests. That's why we need the Ensuring Integrity Bill to become law. Read my op-ed in The Tele today
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Australian Chamber Aug 7
“Given the urgent need to make long lasting positive improvements in VET, we urge COAG to focus first on the end goal," says - calling for our country's political leaders to agree on Vocation Education & Training reform 📣
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James Pearson Aug 7
A higher standard of union behaviour would be in everyone's interests. That's why we need the Ensuring Integrity Bill to become law. Read my op-ed in The Tele today
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Australian Chamber Aug 5
Delighted to host in this morning to discuss how infrastructure investments are critical for growth in regional tourism
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James Pearson Aug 5
Replying to @SharanBurrow
and overlooks patterns of poor behaviour by union bosses that fall short of community standards. Australians expect remedial Royal Commission recommendations to be acted on (2/2)
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James Pearson Aug 5
Replying to @SharanBurrow
and overlooks patterns of poor behaviour by union bosses that fall short of community standards. Australians expect remedial Royal Commission recommendations to be acted on (2/2)
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James Pearson Aug 5
Australian unions & employer orgs have nothing to fear from complying with the law & acting with integrity rhetoric from Brussels is wide of the mark (1/2)
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Australian Chamber Aug 5
“We were promised years ago the Code would be tailored to the needs of small business... but it never was," James Pearson says, following the review of the Small Business Fair Dismissal Code. Full Statement:
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Dr Adele Lausberg Aug 5
Talking all things tourism this morning are , 's Peter Shelley, ' Phillipa Harrison & - thanks to for putting this great event on!
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