Reform Priority 1

Return balance to union workplace entry laws by creating an enforceable code of conduct and removing union access to employee lunch rooms when other suitable meeting rooms are available.

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Reform Priority 2

Focus enterprise bargaining, and ensure legally protected strike action can only be taken over claims relating to the employment relationship, not union ‘wish lists’.

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Reform Priority 3

Expand agreement making options to facilitate employment arrangements, both individual and collective, directly between employees and employers.

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Reform Priority 4

Reform unfair dismissal and ‘general protections’ laws to ensure employers are not forced to pay ‘go away money’ to settle claims without merit.

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Reform Priority 5

Replace the Fair Work Commission with modern, balanced institutions by creating an Australian Employment Tribunal and a separate Employment Appeals Tribunal.

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