Queensland’s economy added 4,200 jobs in February in trend terms representing the 16th straight month of gains for the state with the unemployment rate holding at 6.1%. Read more.
Less than 100 days since the Labor Government was sworn in, they have wasted no time reintroducing a previously dumped waste levy that slugs Queensland small businesses. Read more.
When evaluating eCommerce platforms, it’s important to choose a medium that suits your business goals best. In this article, we’ll look at the most popular eCommerce platforms and the pros and cons of each. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has welcomed the awarding of the phase two Land 400 armoured vehicle contract to Rheinmetall Defence Australia. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has called on the Fair Work Commission to ensure minimum wages do not act as a barrier to employment in a submission lodged with the regulator today.
A small construction business in South Australia has been ordered to pay a former worker 15 years’ worth of annual leave, after a Federal Circuit Court judge found he should have accrued the leave entitlements of a permanent employee during his tenure. Read more.
Last week, the Auditor-General released its report into ‘Confidentiality and disclosure of government contracts’. It is a damning assessment on the Queensland Government’s procurement practices. Read more.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has brought proceedings relating to redundancy entitlements, in a new legal action against services company Spotless Services Australia Limited for allegedly contravening workplace laws when it terminated the employment of three workers at Perth International Airport. Read more.