State governments are continuing to release their next stage plans to aid in the economic recovery and ensure safe work practices. Here is an updated summary of plans announced from around Australia.
Breaking news! Prime Minister Scott Morrison today announced that the pandemic leave offer of $1500 may extend to states and territories outside of Victoria.
As COVID-19 infections rates continue to cause significant challenges in Victoria, and with new rules around face coverings in Melbourne and Mitchell shire to be extended to the rest of the state of Victoria from Sunday 2 August at 11:59pm,WorkSafe Victoria has updated its COVID-19 Regulations...
A groundswell of support from consumers wanting to ‘buy local’ highlights an opportunity for Australian businesses to strengthen their online presence and offer new ways for people to access their products and services.
COVID-19 is responsible for two factors that are transforming retail operations.
With many areas of Victoria returning to lockdown and NSW re-instituting some social distancing measures, the exact nature of the coming weeks and months are still very uncertain.
The retail landscape changed significantly from 23 March – the day Australia shut down due to the outbreak of COVID-19. New research reveals that, during the closure period, two thirds (65 per cent) of Aussies shopped online more than they normally do, and 56 per cent will continue to do so...
Perth design firm has seen an opportunity to re-purpose a retail property that has remained abandoned for the last 35 years.
Due to ongoing concern about COVID-19 outbreaks, the Premier of Victoria, the Hon Daniel Andrews MP has announced that face coverings will be mandatory in metro Melbourne and Mitchell Shire for everyone aged 12 years and older from 11:59pm on Wednesday, 22 July.
The McGowan Government is delivering a one-off COVID-19 support cheques for small to medium businesses. Around 7,400 Western Australian businesses are set to benefit from the more than $2.3 billion in COVID-19 support and relief measures.
The start of this new financial year is going to be quite different compared to years past when most of us were living a different type of life.
On 1 July 2020, workplace manslaughter laws came into effect in Victoria. While these new laws do not create additional duties, they do introduce tougher penalties for businesses and individual officers on existing duties under the OHS Act.
Recently the Prime Minister announced to Australia that we were the target of a large scale, sophisticated, cyber attack. The attack targeted both government and private enterprise and was perpetrated by a foreign state.
The Victorian Government is recommending face masks are worn within metro Melbourne and Mitchell Shire to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
The online shoppers of today expect fast service and to be able to find what they want, when they want.
Australia Post powered an estimated $2.4 billion eCommerce boom during the height of the COVID-19 crisis through its parcel delivery service, a new analysis from Deloitte Access Economics has found.
Tax Office toolkit helps small businesses tick tax time off their to-do list.The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has released a tax time toolkit designed to help small businesses and their tax advisers.
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) associate Member Amazon Australia will establish its first Amazon Robotics fulfilment centre (FC) in Western Sydney.