Thursday, August 22, 2019

Suncorp helping small retailers “wave and save”

Suncorp is launching “Wave and Save” to provide Australian retailers and small businesses choice in managing the costs of accepting payments when...

Worker sacked after asking for pay rise wins $4,000 compo payout

A South Australian noodle restaurant has been ordered to pay a worker $3,900 in compensation after bungling their dismissal.
STP

“Alarming”: 70% of micro-businesses haven’t heard of single touch payroll as deadline looms

Two-and-a-half months out from the soft deadline on single touch payroll (STP) reporting for micro businesses a “concerning” number haven’t even heard of the...

Small business continues to be paid late

Large businesses that offer 30-day payment terms to their smaller business partners rarely pay on time, a new study shows.

The Benefits of using Mediation in the Workplace

What is mediation? Disputes occur in all aspects of life, from our personal relationships to professional – people...

Why your Business Needs a Regular HR Health Check

What is a HR Health Check? A HR Health Check is a confidential 60-minute consultation with an expert...

Migrant and refugee employment campaign kicks off

The Toowoomba Chamber of Commerce is very pleased to announce the Business Skills Connect Migrant and Refugee Employment Campaign project kicked off...

Starting a Trucking Business: Choosing the Right Type of Business Structure

When planning your small business, choosing the right type of business structure is one of the first decisions you will need to make. Find out how to decide here!
franchising

Franchising report calls for sector overhaul after inquiry

The parliamentary inquiry into the $170 billion franchising sector has called for a total overhaul of Australia’s franchising system in a damning...

SMEs delay key business decisions until after Federal Election

New Westpac research reveals 50% of Australian small businesses are worried or uncertain about the impact election policies will have on their...