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Minimum Wage Rate 2.5% increase

The Queensland Industrial Relations Commission announced its decision to increase the Queensland minimum wage by 2.5% effective on and from 1 September 2021.
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The Evolving Role of Leadership

How are the leaders in your business doing? We look at some leadership skills which are proving to be really valuable as businesses find a path forward this year and beyond.
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STP Phase 2 starts January 2022

Single Touch Payroll (STP) Phase 2 reporting starts 1 January 2022; learn what it means for employers.
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4 Start Up Tips for Budding Entrepreneurs

Starting your own business can feel like you’re in a pressure cooker with newfound worry about when the next dollar will land in your bank account. However there are some solid steps that owners of start-ups can take from Day 1 to keep finances in check and make what should be an exciting process less daunting.
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Employment Contract Tool

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The Government has launched a new online tool for small business owners to build your own employment contract for an employee under Australia's Fair Work System that is tailored to your business needs.
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Single Touch Payroll changes

From 1 July 2021, most small businesses will need to be STP compliant. This includes small employers with closely held payees, as well as some microbusinesses and seasonal employers.
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Winning and keeping talent

If you’re a small business owner, here are four ways to set yourself apart as a top employer to win and keep your employee talent.
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Cut costs or continue spending?

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With the economy in recession, many businesses have faced the challenge of re-evaluating how they operate One of the most difficult decisions is whether to cut costs or continue spending. But which of these activities could help increase your profits to build a more resilient business?
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Can Christmas parties go ahead during the coronavirus pandemic?

The office Christmas party might not look the same this year, but it’s still possible to inject some fun into end-of-year celebrations without putting anyone at risk. Read how.