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    Security for Payment: Part Two

    By Katherine McCarthy on 2/06/20 3:25 PM

    In our last article we introduced the Security for Payment legislation through the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (NSW) 1999 (“SOPA”) whereby creditors can enforce progress payments in accordance with their contract.

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    Domestic Violence: what an employer needs to know

    By Andrea Harrold on 29/04/20 4:18 PM

    May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month in Australia, and as we consider the positions of corporations in light of domestic and family violence prevention we find ourselves considering the impact of the restrictions imposed due to COVID-19.

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    Safer Internet Day: 3 tips for your business

    By James Frank on 10/02/20 4:09 PM

    Tuesday 11th of February is Safer Internet Day. The purpose of Safer Internet Day is to continue to raise awareness about online safety by encouraging everyone to help create a safer and better internet.

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    5 Essential Tips to Start a Business With Your Friend

    By Philip van den Heever on 19/06/19 10:03 AM

    Sitting around a barbie and reminiscing about your childhood adventures together, are the type of things friends do. Friends are friends because of shared passions, shared interests and shared histories.

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    Yet Another Blow for Small Business Owners

    By Philip van den Heever on 31/05/19 2:56 PM

    This week the Fair Work Commission in their ‘wisdom’ decided to throw another curve ball at small business owners. From 1 July this year, the minimum rates in all Modern Awards will be increased by 3%. While this is less than last year’s increase of 3.5%, it is difficult to understand how the Commission, given the current economic climate, can rationalise the increase. With inflation at its all-time low, small business owners will have to fork out the additional costs straight from their pockets as the market conditions simply provide no real prospect of increasing prices to soften the blow.

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