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Employment

HR Highlight:  Consultation with staff.  When and How?
3 years ago

HR Highlight: Consultation with staff. When and How?

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The need to consult with staff at different points in the employment relationship is made a requirement by both employment and work health and safety laws.  This weeks HR Highlight …
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HR Highlight: Procedural fairness
3 years ago

HR Highlight: Procedural fairness

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The management of employee performance or indeed the end of an employment relationship – be it by termination or redundancy – requires the observation of certain forms and elements that …
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HR Highlight: Permanent and Part Timer Retail Staff, shift work and other implications
3 years ago

HR Highlight: Permanent and Part Timer Retail Staff, shift work and other implications

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The nature of a retail fuel sites, often operating with one staff member on site and an increased need for flexibility when scheduling rosters and site coverage lends itself to …
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ACAPMA Releases New Industry Pay Rates Guides
3 years ago

ACAPMA Releases New Industry Pay Rates Guides

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The National Wage Case decision has been handed down and the result is that the minimum wage has increased by 2.4 per cent.  This has a clear flow-on effect to …
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Public Holidays at Service Stations, back to basics

Managing public holidays in a service station environment

The silly season is over but the frustration caused by trying to work out public holiday rates, manage partial shutdowns and shared …
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ACAPMA Employment Compliance Audit Program: Identify and address issues
4 years ago

ACAPMA Employment Compliance Audit Program: Identify and address issues

Ensuring that you are getting employment right in your business has never been more important, yet it is an area that many businesses lack confidence and experience in.  As operators …
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Petrol station staff exploited for $10 an hour
4 years ago

Petrol station staff exploited for $10 an hour

Nick Toscano, 09 December 2015

A new wage exploitation case has led to a Melbourne service station being fined and having to backpay staff.

The operators of a BP service …
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United Petroleum admits to sacking general manager for racial abuse of Indians
4 years ago

United Petroleum admits to sacking general manager for racial abuse of Indians

Josie Taylor, 12 September 2015

National service station chain United Petroleum has admitted it sacked a general manager after he made a racist comment at a meeting in 2012.

A …
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7-Eleven reaps millions from churning franchisees
4 years ago

7-Eleven reaps millions from churning franchisees

Adele Ferguson and Sarah Danckert, 07 September 2015

Scandal-ridden convenience store chain 7-Eleven made more than $9 million last year from churning failed franchisees through its system.

The chain is …
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