Legal Articles

7-Eleven franchisee accused of sacking worker who refused to hand over leave entitlements

A 7-Eleven Franchisee in Brisbane is facing court for allegedly dismissing

United or divided: when the views of your company aren’t shared by your employees

You may have been told once before that it is not

From unfair contract terms to optimism: A VSBC update on Victoria’s small businesses

The Victorian Small Business Commissioner, Judy O’Connell, provided Dynamic Business with

What’s in a (Domain) Name? Nailing the basics

In today’s ever increasing online world, domain names have become one

Progress made towards a fairer distribution of power between small and big businesses

When small businesses engage with large enterprises, standard form contracts often

Are your employees working overtime during the EOFY rush? If so, you must tread carefully

As the 2016-2017 financial year comes to an end, businesses are

Three reasons this year’s federal budget is advantageous for small business owners

After the Federal Budget was announced on Tuesday, 9 May, small

How will the new mandatory data breach notification laws impact your business?

Every business owner has a responsibility to stay on top of

How to avoid unenforceable contracts

No business operates in complete isolation. Agreements must be made between

Competition reforms introduced to improve the bargaining power of small business

Competition reforms tabled in Federal Parliament this week backs small businesses