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JobKeeper key dates: What you need to know to stay eligible

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) have outlined key dates employers must be aware of to stay eligible for JobKeeper, as the extension...

Josh Frydenberg critiques Daniel Andrews’ response to COVID-19

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has lashed out at Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews over the premier's handling of COVID-19 during a heated interview with ABC News...

Parliament returns today, with JobKeeper and JobSeeker changes top of the agenda

The Australian Parliament returns today after a 10 week coronavirus break, with JobKeeper and JobSeeker up for discussion. For the first time in Australian...

JobKeeper 2.0: The winners and losers

With the news that JobKeeper will be extended for another six months until March 2021, many business owners and employees are relieved. However, with...

How is JobKeeper 2.0 different?

Last Tuesday (21/07/2020), the Australia Treasury announced that they are going to extend the JobKeeper payment up to 28 March 2021, six months longer...

What the government changes to JobKeeper mean for business owners

The government has released more detail about the much-anticipated changes to the JobKeeper program. In a press conference, the Prime Minister, the Hon Scott...

Australia’s recession: How will the economy bounce back?

It’s been almost 30 years since Australia last experienced a recession and almost 10 years since the country recorded a negative GDP growth, which...

Redundancies looming post-JobKeeper

The JobKeeper scheme has done incredibly well in terms of protecting many jobs and livelihoods, but it fails to address the looming problem of...

Employees must legally return from JobKeeper

The JobKeeper scheme has confused many employers and business owners since it was introduced, and now the confusion centres around asking employees to return to...

Should JobKeeper be extended?

JobKeeper is the definition of policy made on the run. At the time, it was very important to roll something out quickly to cushion...

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Can the battle over the US Supreme Court influence businesses beyond US borders?

The world has watched US politics this year with a mixture of dismay, amusement and confusion. One of the most controversial political...

PM unveils blueprint for Australia’s economic recovery in pre-budget speech

Today the Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivered his pre-budget speech on “arguably one of the most important” budgets since the end of...

Will we see more Australian businesses transact with cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrencies have had a rocky road towards mainstream acceptance. In 2017, the CEO of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon,...

Let’s Talk: Workplace bullying

Conflict management is an often overlooked but crucial skill to business and entrepreneurship. The ability to cultivate and maintain good relations is...

How DebtForce is helping businesses get paid on time, every time

Having customers adhere to your trading terms is a perennial challenge for business owners, and being paid on time can be the...

Emesent’s autonomous drones disrupt the mining space

Drone company Emesent is taking pilotless aircraft to new heights, with autonomous technology allowing miners to access unchartered spaces, and defence forces...

Responsible lending law reforms to boost credit

The Federal Government has announced changes to responsible lending laws in the hopes of boosting Australia's flow of credit. Under the changes,...

Aussie Broadband prepares to list despite pandemic disruptions

Aussie Broadband, Australia’s fifth largest provider of NBN services, is set to list on the ASX this October. The ISP will list...