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The long and winding road out of COVID-19
6 days ago

The long and winding road out of COVID-19

In recent weeks, ACAPMA has been working with Australian Treasury to provide fuel industry input on to the Federal Government’s review of the JobKeeper programme. This work involved provision of …
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‘Go Local First’campaign launched by Govt to drive recovery
6 days ago

‘Go Local First’campaign launched by Govt to drive recovery

The Morrison Government, partnering with the Council of Small Business Organisations of Australia (COSBOA) has launched a dedicated program to register and promote local business to consumers in an effort …
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HR Highlight Unfair Dismissal Series Part 1: What does fair dismissal look like?
6 days ago

HR Highlight Unfair Dismissal Series Part 1: What does fair dismissal look like?

Ending an employment relationship via a dismissal, is a nerve wracking time for a business, even when there is clear cause, and businesses are rightly concerned about “getting it right”.  …
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“Time to lead on wage fraud!” a message from ACAPMAs National President
2 weeks ago

“Time to lead on wage fraud!” a message from ACAPMAs National President

At our ACAPMA Board Meeting a week ago we had a lengthy discussion regarding long discussed criminal prosecution for wage fraud. The conversation took a natural path… “we risk enough …
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HR Highlight:  Confirmation of Employment:  Creating Clarity
2 weeks ago

HR Highlight: Confirmation of Employment: Creating Clarity

By  •  HR Highlight

In the face of uncertainty communication is the key to achieving clarity.  Nowhere is this more important than in the area of the employment agreement.  With the unprecedented staggered pay …
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Wage Rate Resource Coming Today:  ACAPMA Quick Reference Guides – Released in Version 1
2 weeks ago

Wage Rate Resource Coming Today: ACAPMA Quick Reference Guides – Released in Version 1

The National Wage Case has an impact on all employment every year, and no more than this year, where a staggered pay rate increase has caused confusion and concern among …
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“Casual employment a mess” – help us sort it out
3 weeks ago

“Casual employment a mess” – help us sort it out

The Federal Attorney General has recently established five national IR Working Groups, comprising employer and employee representatives, with the goal of improving the effective operation of the employment landscape as …
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SA Government moves to introduce fuel price reporting laws
3 weeks ago

SA Government moves to introduce fuel price reporting laws

Late last year, the South Australian Government commissioned the SA Productivity Commission (SAPC) to undertake an investigation of the merits of introducing real-time fuel price reporting laws. The SAPC, in …
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National Wage Case: Exploring the staggered pay increases
3 weeks ago

National Wage Case: Exploring the staggered pay increases

Further to the announcement of the Decision of the Fair Work Commission in the National Wage Case released last week (see; https://acapmag.com.au/2020/06/national-wage-case-decision-2020-and-its-implications/) the DRAFT Determinations that, once passed, will give …
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National Wage Case Decision 2020 and its implications
4 weeks ago

National Wage Case Decision 2020 and its implications

By  •  ACAPMA, Employment

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) undertakes the National Wage Case each year to determine if, and to what level the minimum wage should be increased.  Today the FWC handed down …
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