No-one has missed the furore surrounding celebrity chef George Calombaris and his MAdE Establishment company.Read More
If you’re considering submitting an application for a migrant work visa, the time to do so is now. From 1 July 2019, the cost of all visa applications (except the Subclass 600 Visitor Visa) is set to rise by 5.4%.Read More
Depending on who wins the upcoming Federal election, you can expect changes to workplace and migration legislation.Read More
Two massive contributors to the success of your organisation are your leadership and the people you choose to make up your team. Yet building and leading a team can be particularly challenging when you’re growing a business, especially if you rely on contractors to provide specialist skills or fill the gaps on an ad-hoc basis.Read More
Now, more than ever before, whether you’re a foreign worker or you’re sponsoring foreign workers, it is essential to ensure you are compliant with your visa obligations.Read More
2019 is shaping up to be momentous for Australia and all Australians.
This year, as we go to the polls to choose our new leaders nationally and in NSW, Generations Y and Z will move into prime positions in the workplace. Indeed, Generation Y (born 1980–1994), Generation Z (born 1995–2009) and Generation Alpha (born since 2010) will make up more than half of the population, bringing with them new values for living, working and relationship building.Read More
Are you in the business of sham contracting?
Sham contracting is illegal and the consequences are significant for employers of sham contractors. Penalties include sanctions and fines up to AU$54,000.00 for each contravention.Read More
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the buzzword of business right now. It’s the technology revolution we’re all talking about without really understanding, the revolution we all want to be a part of.Read More
There’s been plenty of talk in the media about theft of intellectual property. China, most recently, has been accused by the United States of copying their innovations as it pushes ahead with technological advancement to become what it calls “an innovation nation” by 2020.Read More
Information technology, marketing, project management and engineering are just some of the roles that Australian companies are increasingly turning to contractors to fill.Read More