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Fairness in Franchising (and Oil Code)
5 days ago

Fairness in Franchising (and Oil Code)

By  •  Feature

On 22 March 2018, the Australian Senate established a Joint Parliamentary Inquiry into the operation and effectiveness of the Franchising Code of Conduct – with the report to be provided …
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UPSS Regulations in NSW
5 days ago

UPSS Regulations in NSW

By  •  Environment

Petroleum industry stakeholder briefing and discussion forum

The proper management of Underground Petroleum Storage Systems (UPSS) is a significant legal obligation for all service station operators under State …
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Migrant Workers Taskforce releases final report
2 weeks ago

Migrant Workers Taskforce releases final report

By  •  Employment

In October 2016, the Australian Government established the Migrant Workers Task Force and protected Professor Allan Fels AO, a former Commissioner of the ACCC, as the Chair of the Task …
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Retail fuel demand in Australia (5 year trends)
2 weeks ago

Retail fuel demand in Australia (5 year trends)

By  •  Feature

ACAPMA estimates that the End-Stream segment of the Australia fuel industry (i.e. fuel wholesale and fuel retail businesses) operates from assets valued at more than $28B and employs more than …
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HR Highlight: Resignation, When is a resignation final?
3 weeks ago

HR Highlight: Resignation, When is a resignation final?

By  •  HR Highlight

It is commonly thought by businesses that when an employee gives their resignation, verbally or in writing that resignation is considered final and the employer is not required to take …
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Political noise persists on petrol prices
4 weeks ago

Political noise persists on petrol prices

By  •  Information

On Tuesday 19 February 2019, the ACCC released its regular quarterly analysis of average petrol prices in Australia.

The report, discussing fuel prices during the financial quarter ending 31 December …
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HR Highlight:  Redundancy Review
1 month ago

HR Highlight: Redundancy Review

By  •  HR Highlight

The pressure to remain ‘efficient’ and responsive leads many businesses to review their operating process, technologies and structures.  Upgrading machinery, software or adopting the latest process improvements can gain businesses …
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New Modern Slavery Laws for Australian Businesses
1 month ago

New Modern Slavery Laws for Australian Businesses

By  •  Information

The concept of Modern Slavery is a relatively broad term that refers to situations where a person cannot refuse to work (or leave work) due to threats of violence, deception …
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Developing new skills for the supply chain workforce
1 month ago

Developing new skills for the supply chain workforce

By  •  Distribution

The success of the national fuel industry, like most major Australian industries, is heavily dependant on the operation of efficient and effective supply chain operation.

At its most basic level, …
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Coles and Viva reset their alliance
1 month ago

Coles and Viva reset their alliance

By  •  Convenience

This week saw yet another major announcement in respect of the future structure of the fuel retail industry in Australia, with Coles Express and Viva Energy announcing that they had …
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