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The Red Rooster underpayment saga continues
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Recently an investigation into the underpayment of workers from 7 Red Rooster stores revealed that not only were migrant workers being underpaid but threatened with deportation should they complain about their pay. This is yet again a very naive and sad state of affairs when business owners stoop so low yet think they can avoid […]

 
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The Wrap on the Penalty Rate Cuts
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With the Fair Work Commission decision to cut Sunday and public holiday rates what will this mean for small business in the affected sectors? The rate cuts apply to hospitality, retail, pharmacy and fast food industries for full time, part time and some casual workers however we will not see at this point in time […]

 
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7 Costly HR Mistakes and how to avoid them
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For those of you who have visited my website you may have noticed a free e-book on this very topic. The purpose of writing the e-book in the first place was out of frustration of watching countless business owners falling into the same traps and then screaming for help. Here are the top 7 Costly […]

 
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What is the impact of Parental Leave cuts?
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With the announcement of a crackdown on paid parental leave, thousands of mums to be will lose out as early as January 2017. It is estimated that 80,000 women a year will be worse off if the new changes are introduced and up to $12,000 worse off. Social Services Minister Christian Porter said more than […]

 
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I’m a small workplace so work health and safety doesn’t apply to me!
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For over 20 years I have been involved in Workplace Health and Safety, be it as a Manager or as a Consultant, and yet it still astounds me that even today small business owners think that they do not have the same accountability to the law as their larger counterparts. It is usually not until […]

 
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Is salary review time all about the money?
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With the end of financial year nearly upon us, typically this is the time for businesses to attend to employee performance reviews and tackle the conversations around salary increases. With an influx of new jobs being created and the continuing war on talent how do small and medium sized businesses compete with the deep pockets […]

 

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