Closing Loopholes Act

The Closing Loopholes Act refers to a set of laws that brought changes to the Fair Work Act 2009 and other workplace legislation.

The Closing Loopholes Act represents legislative amendments aimed at refining and enhancing existing workplace laws, particularly the Fair Work Act 2009. These changes were introduced to secure workplace rights or close 'loopholes' in the existing laws, ensuring better protection and fairness in the workplace. The Act covers aspects like employee rights, employer obligations, dispute resolution, and compliance mechanisms.

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