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Publication - 07 Jun 18

Visual contracts, where an employment agreement is conveyed partially or wholly by pictures, are now a thing. What are their benefits and risks? They say a picture paints a thousand words. In the case of infrastructure consultancy company Aurecon, pictures are the terms of its employment agreements. Read More

Publication - 18 May 18

In between the tax cuts and promises to return to surplus, you may have noticed that one of the centrepieces of the 2018 budget released this week was increased funding to assist Australia’s ‘greying’ population. The measures include $17.4 million over four years to establish the Skills Checkpoint for Older Workers... Read More

Publication - 15 Feb 18

With the new data breach notification laws taking effect this month, HR needs to be aware of how they could impact their organisation. It’s highly likely that your business is still holding personal information which is subject to the Australian Privacy Principles. If this is the case, you should be aware... Read More

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