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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 08 Hansard (Thursday, 5 August 2021) . . Page.. 2434 ..


(1) (b)

Sales Commission (GST Exclusive)

$

2017-18

1,288,648

2018-19

1,379,219

2019-20

1,342,307

YTD 2020-21 to 31 May 2021

2,510,651

(1) (c) Yes.

(1) (d) Contract terms for sales activities vary depending on the volume of blocks(s) to be sold, market demand, complexity of the offering and type of product being sold.

(1) (e) Complaints are rare. The Territory maintains a panel of Commercial and Residential Agents (the Panel) which is utilised to provide professional services to the SLA consistent with Procurement guidelines and legislative and Agency requirements. The Panel is used to ensure that appropriately qualified and experienced property professionals facilitate land sales on behalf of the Territory. Requests for proposals are sought from appropriately qualified firms on the Panel through a competitive process. Panellists also need to ensure that each salesperson has obtained competency under the Property Services Training Package (CPP07).

(2) As advised in my response to Question 2995 on 4 June 2020, I do not approve the considerable diversion of public sector resources to respond to this question.

(3) As advised in my response to Question 2995 on 4 June 2020, I do not approve the considerable diversion of public sector resources to respond to this question.

(4) As advised in my response to Question 2995 on 4 June 2020, I do not approve the considerable diversion of public sector resources to respond to this question.


Employment—labour hire companies(Question No 282)

Ms Castley asked the Minister for Industrial Relations and Workplace Safety, upon notice, on 4 June 2021:

(1) How many labour hire companies are there in the ACT and how many people do they employ.

(2) What type of companies are they and what categories/industries do they represent.

(3) What was the reason for introducing the Labour Hire Licensing Bill 2020.

(4) What consultation occurred before the legislation was introduced and what was the feedback.

(5) What specific consultation did the Minister do with labour hire companies and what was their feedback.


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