Saturday, May 25, 2019

Federal Election 2019: Coalition returned, must now focus on reforms that matter

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has joined with regional chambers and business groups to congratulate the Liberal-National coalition on...
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New insight into small-business voters released

The Council of Small Business Organisations Australia (COSBOA) has recently released the percentage breakdowns of small-business owners for the top 20 marginal...

ALP’s permanent work vow

More than one million casual workers will be able to apply for permanency and legally challenge if their boss unreasonably refuses their...

Living wage ‘could push Australia into recession’

A so-called living wage could push Australia into recession, according to the Institute of Public Affairs, which says Labor’s plans to lift...

Should businesses be concerned about a living wage?

Small and medium-sized businesses are concerned after Opposition leader Bill Shorten confirmed he will boost the minimum wage to a "living wage",...
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Queensland has become less attractive to mining companies, according to Fraser Institute survey

Global mining companies have ranked Queensland behind the Democratic Republic of Congo for environmental regulation certainty as the state slipped down an...

Get involved in Queensland Small Business Week 2019

Queensland Small Business Week (QSBW) 2019 will run from Monday 27 May to Friday 31 May 2019. As one...

Bill Amendment Could Give Small Businesses a Fairer Go in Court

Shadow Assistant Treasurer Andrew Leigh has proposed an amendment to Treasury Laws that would help small businesses see justice in legal disputes...

New wage theft laws could land dodgy bosses in jail

Originally published via The Courier Mail Wage theft will soon be a crime in Queensland with the Palaszczuk Government...

What Are the Proposed Changes to Franking Credits?

In March 2018, Labor Leader Bill Shorten announced that if Labor were to win the next federal election, they would plan to...