The Communications Working Party brings together the media managers for members of the Australian Chamber. The group helps members advocate on behalf of Australian business by providing a forum for the exchange of information, advice and ideas among media managers. Discussion takes place via email, teleconference and in-person contact. The Working Party is led by Ari Sharp, Senior Manager - Media at the Australian Chamber.
The Australian Chamber's is committed to achieving a business environment that allows for a strong, dynamic and productive private sector that will underpin rising living standards now and into the future. The Australian Chamber's Economics and Industry Policy (EIP) Committee contributes to this objective by supporting and overseeing the development the Australian Chamber's positions on economics and industry policy
The development of human capital in Australia is one of the most important issues for business. The EET Committee focuses on policy around 5 key portfolio areas related to the overall employment, education and training issues within Australia.
The primary aim of the ICC Australia National Committee is to promote the voice of Australian business in the international arena, connecting the concerns of Australian industry to the greater policy aims of the ICC, ensuring that the needs of Australian businesses are addressed.
The Sustainability Committee considers national and international issues pertaining to sustainability, including environment and climate change policy and regulation, energy, and cities and built environment policies.
Australia is an open economy heavily reliant on international trade. Our international relationships make up some of the key aspects of the country’s overall competitiveness. The Trade and International Affairs Committee deals with issues surrounding this focus
Committee meetings are a great opportunity to share experiences and views across industries and jurisdictions as well as update members on work health and safety and workers' compensation activities.
The Workplace Policy Committee helps guide and determine the Australian Chamber’s responses to the workplace relations issues arising out of the operation of the current system, our participation in Government committee work and inquiries and formal processes involving Modern Awards and ‘test-case’ litigation.