This bill introduces a workplace relations framework that will provide clarity about the employment status of people doing screen production work, introduce a duty of good faith and mandatory terms for contracting relationships in the industry, allow collective bargaining at the occupation and enterprise levels, and create processes for resolving disputes arising from contracting relations or collective bargaining.
Royal Assent given 30 September 2022.
Enacted as the Screen Industry Workers Act 2022 (2022/52)
Passed by a majority of 34 votes (77 ayes, 43 noes, 0 abstentions)
Passed by a majority of 33 votes (76 ayes, 43 noes, 0 abstentions)
Passed by a majority of 6 votes (63 ayes, 57 noes, 0 abstentions)
|Bill type||Government bill|
|Introduced||18 February 2020|
|First reading||5 March 2020|
|Select Committee||Education and Workforce Committee|
|Public submissions due||25 May 2020|
|Select Committee report back||6 August 2020|
|Second reading||23 August 2022|
|Committee of the whole House||31 August 2022|
|Third reading||27 September 2022|
|Royal Assent||30 September 2022|
|Enacted as||Screen Industry Workers Act 2022 (2022/52)|
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