Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources (Vic)

Discussion paper

Inquiry into the Victorian on-demand workforce: background paper

The Victorian government has announced an inquiry into the on-demand workforce. The inquiry, chaired by former Federal Fair Work Ombudsman, Natalie James, will investigate the extent of the on-demand sector and the status of people working with or for on-line companies or platforms in Victoria.

State of the sector: medical technologies and pharmaceuticals

With global health care spending projected to grow by over four per cent per year, there is an urgent need for new technologies, goods and services that will improve patient care. This is an enormous and continued economic opportunity for Victoria.

Victorian cycling strategy 2018-28: Increasing cycling for transport

The Victorian government has a new plan to get more people cycling to work, school and around their local neighbourhood.

Victoria's social enterprise strategy

The Victorian Government's Social Enterprise Strategy, the first-of-its-kind in Australia, has been developed to improve and expand on existing support for the sector and to position Victoria to lead the country in driving employment participation and inclusive economic growth through social enterprise. Social enterprises already...

Map for impact: the Victorian social enterprise mapping project 2017

This report presents impacts of social enterprise in Victoria. The aims are to: 1. Identify, locate and characterise Victoria’s population of social enterprises and key intermediaries; and 2. Inform the Victorian Social Enterprise Strategy by valuing the social and economic impact of social enterprises.