From Senate inquiries to proposed legislation, below is a summary of some of the major changes that happened in the business environment in 2019 including the new trend of indoor signs as many big companies used to do already.. January: Senate Inquiry into Credit and financial services targeted at Australians at risk of financial hardship The inquiry focused on payday business loan, consumer leases and buy-now-pay-later providers and how these
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Informal workplace complaints are unfortunately something that managers have to handle on a regular basis: whether it’s an employee letting off steam and having a whinge about their colleagues or something more serious such as an employee requesting an anti-fatigue mat to stand on from someplace like this great Matting for Sale. Given the very nature of informal workplace complaints (the fact that they are usually verbal, aren’t made in
New black mark on credit ratings to leave substantial smudge. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) can now disclose business tax debt information to registered credit reporting bureaus. This law has been in the making since 1 July 2017; on the government’s agenda from 2014; and received royal assent on 28 October 2019. This is a new and unprecedented power for the ATO. And is a measure under the government’s strategy
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