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Fragomen 2h
We look forward to an engaging discussion on the effects of temporary migration on Australia events. Join us in Sydney on July 23: or in Melbourne on July 24:
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CEDA 4h
In CEDA's report, we said Australia needed to shore up its tax base and rebalance the tax burden by reducing tax concessions including Dividend Imputation Credits, to achieve long-term budget balance. Read more
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CEDA 21h
How is temporary migration important for an organisation like CSL? CSL Chief Scientific Officer, Professor Andrew Cuthbertson AO discusses their unique workforce and Australia's global competitiveness on the CEDA blog
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The Mandarin 23h
Prominent businesswoman to chair CEDA, APS review panellist joins the committee.
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Fragomen 23h
An insightful overview by Fragomen's Justin Gibbs of research report exploring the effects of temporary migration in Australia:
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CEDA Jul 15
What are the five paradoxes of prevention? Following a CEDA event in Melbourne to examine the economics of prevention, have a read of what was talked about and how prevention policies could be improved
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The Sydney Morning Herald Jul 15
Migrant fears unfounded but more transparency needed: CEDA
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Rebecca Hall Jul 15
Great to see this headline from CEDA come through my feed today. “CEDA research finds migration is not a threat to wages or jobs of local workers.”
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CRN Jul 15
More temp tech visas needed, says CEDA: 457 visas may have done more good than harm.
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Natasha Jha Bhaskar Jul 15
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Clint O'Brien Jul 15
To coincide with the latest CEDA research report, join us in Brisbane on Wednesday 31 July as we look at temporary and how that impacts Australian businesses and labour markets. Registration information here
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Ai Group Jul 15
Ai Group Chief Exec Innes Willox spoke to 's The World Today about a new report refuting claims that workers on skilled migrant visas are damaging the Australian jobs market:
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CEDA Jul 15
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CEDA Jul 15
Replying to @ceda_news
To see what CEDA is recommending to improve the temporary migration system to ensure it is working for business and the community, download our latest report out now
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CEDA Jul 15
Replying to @MelindaCilento
We think it’s reasonable the community wants to know how the temporary migration program works. For confidence in the program there needs to be more transparency about the skills/roles coming to Australia & a process that allows stakeholders to contribute to that:
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CEDA Jul 15
Replying to @MelindaCilento
Temporary skilled migrants account for around 1% of Australia's workforce but the temporary skilled visa program has been subject to constant change which makes it hard for business to plan for the future and consistently plug the skills gaps:
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CEDA Jul 15
Replying to @MelindaCilento
Temporary migrants earn a good income, they pay taxes & don’t access the services provided by government so they are a net positive but beyond that, they are transferring their experience & expertise to the rest of the workforce – it’s a real positive:
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CEDA Jul 15
Replying to @MelindaCilento
We wanted to address the concerns about temporary migration head on & recommend ways to better the system, in supporting migration and skilled migration in particular:
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CEDA Jul 15
CEDA CEO on this morning for our report: We wanted to look at the impact of temporary migration on labour markets & found contrary to concerns it has not adversely affected local job markets & wages; in some instances it's had a positive impact
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Melinda Cilento Jul 15
I'm speaking to on ABC Radio South East SA about report we released yesterday - listen in here
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