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Opposing changes to Australia Post’s Community Service Obligations and call for greater ACCC oversight
“It is time Australia Post worked with industry stakeholders and the community to develop a clear strategic direction
for the future of mail services rather than misleading the Australian public on the continuing effectiveness and
demand for traditional mail,” - Bill Healey.
In December 2013 the CEPU lodged an application for a modern enterprise award to replace the Postal Industry Award 2003.
It was contended in the application that this award is an enterprise instrument because its application is confined to Licensees and Franchisees of Australia Post.
LPOG met with a representative of the CEPU in late June 2014 and advised the CEPU that we supported the action if they were proceeding with the application. It is flattering, but incorrect, to imply that LPOG had any influence in this matter, other than as an interested party.
The Minister for Small Business has called for submission in regard to the proposed changes to Legislation in regard to the Unfair Contracts Protection for small business.
The Franchisees Association of Australia Incorporated has put forward the following submission on behalf of the members of FAAi
Hearing in Adelaide, Tuesday 5/8/2014
The hearings continue for the Senate Inquiry. In Part 2, FPO Franchisee and ex-Franchisee make statements to the Senate Committee and answer questions from Senators including Senator Ruston, Senator Xenophon & Senator O'Sullivan.
Witnesses who participate at public hearings and detail adversity faced by their business and/or personal lives should be recognised for their bravery.
- Public Hearing Program
- Part 1 - CEO of a Mailing House (Audio only)
- Part 2 - Franchisee and ex-Franchisee of Franchised Post Offices (Audio only)
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