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3 days ago

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Do you know what your award says about pay for working at particular times? Employees often get a higher pay rate when working:
• weekends
• public holidays
• overtime
• late nights shifts or
• early morning shifts.

Know what your minimum rates are for work at particular times. To check the rules in your award, select your industry from the drop-down menu here: www.fairwork.gov.au/pay/penalty-rates-and-allowances

Remember, if you have an enterprise agreement, you should check it for your pay rates.
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5 days ago

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The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, Kate Carnell has urged the federal government not to abolish the low-cost innovation patent regime, saying this would create a significant barrier to small businesses.

“It would be a mistake to phase out the innovation patent system without any replacement,” Ms Carnell said.

“Although we acknowledge the current system is not perfect, it’s the only viable way for SMEs to access temporary or short-term IP protections, which is essential, particularly when disputes arise."
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5 days ago

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Never look at your pay slip? Tssk tssk! Here are our tips for making sure you’re getting paid right.

🗒🖋 Keep your own record of when you work so you can check you’re being paid right for all the hours you work. Our free Record my hours app can help you do this (download it from the Apple or Google Play stores).

👀 Then take a good look at your pay slip to make sure you’re getting the right entitlements for all the hours you work (as well as any allowances or penalty rates that apply) under your award or enterprise agreement.

❗️💵 If you aren’t getting paid right, raise the issue ASAP. We find disputes are more likely to be resolved if action is taken as soon as possible. Follow the steps in our Guide to Resolving Workplace Issues (it includes info on how to ask for our help): www.fairwork.gov.au/how-we-will-help/how-we-help-you/help-resolving-workplace-issues#guide-to-res...
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7 days ago

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Last week we conducted surprise audits at a number of major sporting stadiums as part of an investigation into sham contracting.

The audits were carried out in response to intelligence suggesting that the companies contracted to clean the stadiums may not be compliant with workplace laws.

Cracking down on sham contracting arrangements is a priority for us and we will take strong action if we find companies are avoiding their lawful obligations.

Read the full story: www.fairwork.gov.au/about-us/news-and-media-releases/2019-media-releases/september-2019/20190909-...
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1 week ago

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You need to be paid for all time worked. That means you get pay for:
• attending mandatory team meetings
• opening and closing the business
• working trial shifts (if beyond what’s reasonably required to demonstrate the skills for the job).
Check our other myths and tips: www.fairwork.gov.au/find-help-for/young-workers-and-students/myths-and-tips-for-young-workers
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1 week ago

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Small business owners: Check out our new Tax Time Toolkit! It has fact sheets to help you get common claims for expenses right and an introduction to Single Touch Payroll for small employers.

Download it today at www.ato.gov.au/Tax-professionals/Prepare-and-lodge/In-detail/Tax-Time-Toolkits
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1 week ago

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If you pay contractors to provide IT, security or road freight services on your behalf, you may need to lodge a taxable payments annual report (TPAR) in 2020.

Keeping accurate records of the payments you make to contractors now will make it easier when it’s time to lodge! Details you need to record include:
✏️ name and address of contractor
✏️ ABN (use the ABN Lookup tool to make sure you have the right number)
✏️ the total amount you paid (including GST).

Not sure if you’ll need to report? Find out more at www.ato.gov.au/Business/Reports-and-returns/Taxable-payments-annual-report/
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4 weeks ago

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2 months ago

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ATO reveals top 5 most outrageous claims found in tax returns

www.ato.gov.au/Media-centre/Media-releases/No-smiles-as-dental-expenses-rejected/
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2 months ago

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The BSMQ SKILLED PROGRAM is now OPEN from today 29 July 2019.

Please see new Queensland Skilled Occupation Lists here: fal.cn/339c7

Before submitting your EOI, please review BSMQ’s new QSOLs to ensure your occupation is on the relevant lists and you meet any new criteria.

A NEW EOI with a brand new EOI number must be submitted from today. Past and/or updated EOI’s WILL NOT BE PICKED UP.

Please do not call or email BSMQ to inform us you have submitted your EOI as this slows down processing times.

For ‘Working in Queensland’ Applicants:

Subclass 190 – need to be have 6 months work experience in Queensland and a 1 year job offer.

Subclass 489 – need to have 3 months LIVING and WORK experience IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO APPLICATION in REGIONAL Queensland and a 1 year job offer.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

BSMQ will open up 489 processing for a limited period only – until mid-August 2019, to allow enough time to process applications. This is due to Department of Home Affairs announcing that the final date of nomination by States and Territories for the 489 as being 10 September 2019 to allow time for lodgement of final 489 visa applications.

Implementation of the new subclass 491 Regional Work (Provisional) visa will take place on 16 November 2019. 489 applicants will receive priority processing during this period and the time to receive an invitation for the 190 may take longer.

If you are eligible for the 489 visa, please submit your EOI as soon as possible, and have all your supporting documents ready to provide to as soon as you receive the invitation from BSMQ.

The 489 – Small Business Owner (SBO) Program IS CLOSED until further notice.

The BSMQ Business Program is OPEN and any applicants must submit a new EOI.
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2 months ago

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The BSMQ BUSINESS program is OPEN from today 22 July 2019.

Please refer to BSMQ factsheets for details of the business program: migration.qld.gov.au/downloads/

Please ensure all NEW VERSIONS of forms are used when applying for state nomination.

Please note: The Business and Skilled Migration Queensland SKILLED program REMAINS CLOSED. We will advise regarding the opening of the skilled program shortly.
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