Archived News for Professionals in Federal Government - January, 2015
The people behind the AdviserRatings website say most of the political wrangling about financial advice reforms has gone totally over the heads of the general public.
The Federal Labor Party says itThere are claims that the looming workplace review will create a class of US-style working poor. fears the looming workplace review will create a class of US-style working poor.
Education Minister Christopher Pyne has signalled that he may negotiate with the Opposition on uni fee deregulation, and claims to have the backing of the man behind HECS.
The legal and academic communities have backed Australian Human Rights Commission President Gillian Triggs, as she faces criticism from the Australian Government.
News Corp reports say that Abbott Government may sacrifice up to $2 billion in budget savings - scrapping proposed cuts to gain support for university deregulation.
Public Service Minister Eric Abetz has written a letter to the media in response to claims that public servants are being ripped-off in recent pay negotiations.