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VIC COVIDSafe Summer, are masks required for staff?
1 month ago

VIC COVIDSafe Summer, are masks required for staff?

By  •  ACAPMA

The Victorian Government has amended the requirements for businesses as restrictions ease into the summer period, including the wearing of masks. Following the announcement last week clarification has been coming …
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eftpos, BPAY Group and NPPA proposed amalgamation
1 month ago

eftpos, BPAY Group and NPPA proposed amalgamation

By  •  ACAPMA, Retailing

Australia’s three domestic payment organisations, eftpos, BPAY Group and New Payments Platform Australia (NPPA) have today announced their intention to amalgamate, creating a stronger, unified entity (“NewCo”). In a release …
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ACAPMA launches Duly Qualified Person program
1 month ago

ACAPMA launches Duly Qualified Person program

By  •  ACAPMA

ACAPMA has launched the Duly Qualified Person program, which is a continuing professional development program recognising the skills and qualifications of professionals in the fuel industry.The Duly Qualified Person (DQP) …
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HR HIGHLIGHT: WORK EVENTS, ACAPMA EMPLOYMENT GUIDE
1 month ago

HR HIGHLIGHT: WORK EVENTS, ACAPMA EMPLOYMENT GUIDE

From Conferences to Christmas Parties, Work Events are often seen as a reward directed to staff but have the effect of not only amplifying the performance management pressures on the …
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Proposed IR changes are modest but meaningful
1 month ago

Proposed IR changes are modest but meaningful

By  •  ACAPMA, Employment

Earlier this week, the Federal Attorney General (The Hon. Christian Porter MP) introduced a draft Bill into the Australian Parliament which proposes changes to Australia’s Industrial laws. The Bill, entitled: …
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HR Highlight:  Changes to Casuals – a practical review
1 month ago

HR Highlight: Changes to Casuals – a practical review

With the presentation of the IR Omnibus Bill to Parliament there has been a flurry of media coverage about what the Bill will mean for casual employees and employers of …
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Where to from here for EV’s in Australia?
2 months ago

Where to from here for EV’s in Australia?

QUICK FACTS ABOUT EVs IN AUSTRALIA

  • Sales of EV’s in Australia tripled during 2019, increasing from 2,216 in 2018 to 6,718 in 2019 (Source: https://www.caradvice.com.au/824591/sales-of-electric-cars-triple-in-2019/).
  • Relative to total passenger car …
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$139,800 in penalties for cafe that paid workers in food and drink
2 months ago

$139,800 in penalties for cafe that paid workers in food and drink

By  •  ACAPMA, Employment

A Brisbane cafe operator has been handed $95,000 in penalties to the business and a combined total of $24,800 to the owners and managing director for “paying” staff, most of …
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Western Australia COVID Check In Mandates
2 months ago

Western Australia COVID Check In Mandates

Particular WA businesses are required to maintain contact registers for staff and customers from Saturday 5th December 2020 as part of the contact tracing efforts as the State prepares to …
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Changes to SA COVID Check In & the fuel industry
2 months ago

Changes to SA COVID Check In & the fuel industry

UPDATE 10.12.2020 following change to include all COVIDSafe Plan businesses in the Check In program

As part of the effort to enhance contact tracing the SA Government has provided businesses …
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