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Update: CFMEU Pattern EBA 2016-2018 - March..

Master Builders has received queries seeking clarification on the wage increase payable from the first pay period commencing on or after (ppc) 1 March

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Neither federal nor state governments lend..

There is a conspicuous failure of the Victorian Government to offer similar support for nurturing skills in the building and construction industry.

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Master Builders Victoria a high-performer..

NCVER predicts only 47 per cent of students enrolled in a Certificate I or above VET program in 2016 will complete it.

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Unbeatable achievers at apprentice of the year awards

Last Friday night, when joinery apprentice Danielle Shedden was announced as State Apprentice of the Year, the reaction from the audience was unrestrained. Hoots,...

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Engaging workers

Employee engagement is the emotional commitment we have with our organisation and its goals. Engaged workers care about their work and their organisation. When workers...

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Women training for careers in construction

Women in construction. It’s far from being a novel concept, but for some reason the phrase still attracts special attention, in spite of significant strides toward...

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How to be “unbeatable”

Late last spring, Tony Biffaro, Master Builders Business Development Manager, began hunting for a good idea. He and his colleagues had noticed that, recently, a...

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Industrial relations at the forefront for 2015

With 2014 having provided a continued focus on unlawful misconduct of the CFMEU on Victorian building sites, it is imperative that organisations have current and...

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New year, new training, new opportunities

Looking for a professional development opportunity to give your career a boost this year? These occasions provide your staff with the knowledge and confidence to...

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