CEOs next IR corruption target

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Australia is now set to have an unprecedented debate about industrial relations — a debate based on ‘industrial corruption’ rather than working conditions. For the first time in the nation’s history, the front line of the attack will be the chief executives and board members of some of Australia’s largest companies who, unless they change the way they do business, will face criminal prosecution.

There will be limited corporate fines, just long jail sentences for those directors or executives who continue with their current practice of paying bribes to unions.

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