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ADJOURNMENT: Small Business: Opposition Policy

Mr CADMAN (Mitchell) (4.59 p.m.) I want to say a few things about the opposition's policy for small business.

Members of the opposition want to force small businesses to change their casual employees to permanent employees by imposing extra costs; they want to give union access so that they can organise and recruit in small businesses; and they want to stop payments to small business where the victims of unfair dismissals are involved. In a recent Bentley's MRI survey, 500 small and medium sized businesses indicated that they thought unfair dismissal was ill-defined and too complex. I think that the small business policies of the opposition are terrible.

House adjourned at 5.00 p.m.

Author: Hon Alan Cadman MP
Source: House Hansard - 11th March 2004
Release Date: 22 Mar 2004

 
 




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