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Overseas suppliers, SME

How to build relationships with overseas suppliers

Trust depends on the actions of the importer, such as talking regularly and honestly with overseas suppliers, setting up standardised ordering process…

Workforce management

Incorporate mobility into workforce management strategies

Most employees already use smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices, so it makes sense to incorporate mobile capabilities into your workforce ma…

Digital jobs boom

Digital jobs growth set to boom

Existing digital technologies, including cloud services, social media and mobile devices will see growing uses in new industries and jobs.

Import GST threshold

Canberra drags feet on GST threshold

‘We need to get the Government to act on the GST threshold issue quickly because far too many Australian businesses are closing, simply because they c…

Kerry Anderson working from home

Know your council’s building regulations

Not only are councils being asked to apply higher standards to building regulations, but policy is also forcing them to be more risk averse.

ASBFEO to examine truckies’ ruling impact

‘The anecdotal evidence we’re hearing of the financial difficulties small businesses continue to face as a result of the RSRT Payments Order is ex…

Brendan Campbell Property Advisers Group

How to overcome the financial issues keeping you awake at night

Most small business owners think in terms of cash, not profits. A shrinking cash balance is a concern, but what you really need to watch is the profit…

FWO back pay awards

Motel operators face court after workers allegedly short-changed $261,000

The FWO is alleging breaches of workplace laws relating to annual leave entitlements, allowances, deductions, record-keeping, pay-slips, rostering, an…

Chris Smoje Dime Customer Services

How to avoid customer service pitfalls on social media

Business owners are too often frightened by a negative online review and fail to see the opportunity to recover from even though it may be right in fr…

Workplace bullying Corrs Chambers

Workplace bullying – avoiding claims and getting your culture right

Between one-third and half of the total number of FWC workplace bullying claims came from employees working in organisations with less than 50 employe…

Frank Ribuot Randstad

Australians working $71.2bn in unpaid hours

Employers in Australia score strongly for factors like financial health, strong management and good training programs, however, businesses still have …

Fair Work reform

Apprentice paid less than $10 an hour

The apprentice contacted the Fair Work Ombudsman seeking assistance after her requests to be paid the lawful minimum wage were rebuffed by her employe…

ATO SuperStream

SuperStream deadline imminent: ATO

SuperStream is the standardisation of how employers make super contributions on behalf of their employees. It involves employers sending all super pay…

Cyber security, cyber threats

Report reveals cyber criminals’ modus operandi

‘This year’s report once again demonstrates that there is no such thing as an impenetrable system, but often times even a basic defense will deter…

Trent Innes XERO

Take a controlled risk on Mother’s Day

As technology increasingly equips business owners with live streams of insightful data, events like Mother’s Day – where the marketplace temporari…

Mark Molesworth BDO

Budget…or election manifesto?

A year ago there was a lot of optimism that this budget might begin the process of genuine tax reform, but political expediency has reduced it to more…

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