The McGowan government has announced it will fund 9,600 training places in 2018 by closing a loophole that has seen companies avoid paying their fair share of payroll tax.
The Mayor, councillors, executive and staff of the City of Bunbury are to be congratulated on supporting the CBD Activation proposal identified through a community engagement process initiated and facilitated by the city.
Saturday, 28 October is WA Small Business Day and a great opportunity to celebrate the role small business plays in the success of our State. WA Small Business Day is the creation of the Small Business Matters movement, co-founded by Kitty Prodonovich and Nicolle Jenkins, and is run as a community activity for and by
Change is as good as a holiday? New Fair Work laws & award changes – What you need to know! By Kendall Scott Manager, Employee Relations Advice Centre Changes for Franchise Groups The Fair Work Amendment (Vulnerable Workers) Bill 2017 took effect on 15 September 2017. These amendments come following a Senate Committee Inquiry into
You are invited: The State Training Board will be hosting a forum at Edith Cowan University Bunbury campus, 585 Robertson Drive, College Grove WA 6230, from 11am to 2pm. The purpose of the forum is to meet with local employers, businesses and industry stakeholders to listen to your experiences with the VET system, including the employment of apprentices and trainees.