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Workforce and skills
The Q2 2015 ‘Hudson Report: Employment Trends’ has revealed a broadly positive outlook for the Australian jobs market, with net intentions to hire remaining strong.
Mazda has announced a new graduate recruitment plan for fiscal year ending March 2017 which will see it employ a total of 475 new workers.
THE US Education Technology sector received a massive boost last year, with funding having reached $1.87bn in 2014.
The Victorian Government have boosted its public transport stocks this week after the purchase of 30 new train carriages from French manufacturing company Alstom, which has a site in Ballarat.
The government is not intending to alter penalty rates or the minimum wage according to Employment Minister Eric Abetz.
Educational groups ComEd and The Remix Project Chicago have launched their “Power of Possibilities” campaign to promote STEM subjects in schools.
The Prime Minister Tony Abbott has scrapped his paid parental leave scheme and replaced it with a proposed increased focus on child care, much to the delight of business groups.
According to the CFMEU, the main trade union in construction, forestry and forest products, mining and energy production, 29 foreign metal construction workers are being exploited by a Chinese company operating at Manildra’s Bomaderry site.
The BLOODHOUND gang have been playing with their favourite Christmas toy, the BLOODHOUND Supersonic Car kit, the latest release from the BLOODHOUND Project.
Skills Gap Programme Director at the D&T Association, Cheryl Philips, stresses the importance of the manufacturing industry working with educators to ensure the next generation of engineers.