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Australian industry faces prolonged contraction, -22.4 index rating in November

The overall Ai Group Australian Industry Index has plummeted 12.5 points to -22.4 points in November, signalling strong contractionary conditions.

Weld Australia launches learning resources for Manufacturing & Engineering Training Package

Industry representative Weld Australia has introduced a new suite of learning resources for the Manufacturing and Engineering (MEM) Training Package. 

Victoria conference to put spotlight on freight and logistics workforce

Minister for Ports and Freight Melissa Horne has opened the state conference of the Victorian Transport Association, which will centre on the workers who support the $21 billion freight and logistics sector that is the state's economic force.

Queensland unveils new employer guide to address labour shortages

Minister for Multicultural Affairs Leanne Linard has revealed an updated manual for employers to address the critical skill shortages that the state's engineering industry is experiencing as a result of massive infrastructure investment and shifting labour market demographics.

ACCI: Wages soar by 3.6% in private labour sector

The private sector wage bill has increased by 3.6 per cent in 2022 with businesses delivering the strongest rate of compensation rise in more than a decade, according to a media release by the Australian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ACCI).

Australian PMI: manufacturing sector sees stability in September

Australia’s Performance Manufacturing Index has shown stability in September 2022, with increased market activity of 50.2 points, according to the Australian Industry Group. 
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