NECA's 2021 Market Monitor biennial survey is the most comprehensive survey of the electrotechnology industry in Australia.
National construction, maritime and electrical unions are calling on Senate crossbenchers to reject the Morrison government's IR Omnibus Bill.
Australia's largest energy class action has been filed in the Federal Court of Australia on behalf of 40,000 customers.
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Melbourne's domestic construction industry exceeded pre-COVID-19 levels in November, according to data released by Fergus.
Infrastructure will continue to stimulate the economy and jobs in 2021, in turn supporting residential and commercial projects.
Over 40 mayors and councillors from across Australia have released a joint statement committing to economic recovery solutions that create jobs.
The new Federal Budget will do nothing to stem declining apprenticeship rates, says CFMEU.
The latest survey of the electrical and communications contracting industry indicates that the financial impact of COVID-19 has been ongoing.
A $2.5 billion support package for training and apprenticeships was recently announced by the federal government.
During a period when businesses have experienced huge disruption, a fresh digital marketing approach could provide competitive advantage for electricians.
Research by NECA shows that four out of five electricians believe work will disappear within six months if the government does not act.
An urgent inquiry request to protect energy consumers from COVID-19 retailer failure has been made.
The ICT industry has been severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic — despite the fact that ICT has been highlighted as an essential service.
A recent survey showing the impact of COVID-19 on electrical contractors has revealed that 59% experienced a decline in their business of more than 30%.