Have your say
Victorian Labor has announced the first stage of its plan to keep Victorians in work and is asking the community and business groups to have their say.
With the Baillieu Government refusing to do the work needed to create jobs and grow the economy, Leader of the Opposition Daniel Andrews and Shadow Treasurer Tim Holding have announced Labor will take the lead and develop a jobs and investment plan.
Mr Andrews and Mr Holding have written to more than 240 organisations, including business groups, local councils and unions, seeking their views that will help shape the plan.
Labor will also hold a series of forums across the State.
“We are doing what the Baillieu Government refuses to do – develop a jobs plan,” Mr Andrews said.
“Unlike the Baillieu Government, we believe it’s important to listen to the community and experts and that’s why we are seeking input from a wide range of groups as we develop our plan to keep Victorians in work.”
Click here to make a submission to Victorian Labor’s Jobs Investment Plan.