Employment Relations (Allowing Higher Earners to Contract Out of Personal Grievance Provisions) Amendment Bill

About this bill

This bill amends the Employment Relations Act 2000 to allow employees with an annual gross salary over $150,000 to contract out of the personal grievance provisions.

Current status

Defeated at second reading on 13 December 2017

Member of Parliament responsible

Brett Hudson

Bill type

Member's bill

All data
Bill type Member's bill
Parliament 52
Ref 225-2
Introduced 8 December 2016
First reading 22 March 2017
Select Committee Transport and Industrial Relations Committee
Public submissions due 5 May 2017
Select Committee report back 15 August 2017
Defeated 13 December 2017
Defeated at reading 2
Divided No

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