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Chamber of Commerce and Industry chief executive James Pearson.

Industry slams Fair Work’s new 457 role

Business groups have criticised the federal government’s latest crackdown on the 457 visa program, following today’s announcement that the Fair Work Ombudsman would be given new powers to monitor and oversee 457 visa compliance.

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Think about it -if the system is not failing and everything is above board than why on earth is mr Pearson so worried about the govt overseeing the visa's ?????

This is guy is spot on, there are some rogue cases like in anything else, but the majority of employers do the right thing. Anyway I do sick of this labour socialistic government punishing the hard working class by extra taxes, etc. Bring in a flat tax of 30% for up to 1 million a year then go to 40% up until 10mil. And so on. I don't get why they punish the hard working who gets over 6numbers wages by overtaxing and gives it to the lazy on the welfare. Bring back working for the doll. They need some common sense. Election please ASAP.

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