Company tax rate on tenterhooks

Tuesday 14 August, 2018 | By: Kate Whittle

The “Super Saturday” by-elections sharpened the public’s focus on company tax cuts, with the chattering classes claiming it a vote on the Coalition’s centrepiece policy. Read more.

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Sexually inappropriate texts to co-workers a valid reason for dismissal: Co-workers not required to tell employee to stop

Wednesday 8 August, 2018 | By: Thomas Birkbeck

Sexual harassment in the workplace is currently a prevalent topic. The #MeToo campaign and the Human Rights Commission launch of a year-long harassment inquiry has brought harassment onto the centre stage. A recent case in the Fair Work Commission, Colin Ramon Reguero-Puente v City of Rockingham, considered the misconduct of an employee relating to sexually inappropriate communications with co-workers, and whether employees had to expressly tell someone to stop this conduct for it to constitute misconduct. Read more.

OFX Currency Strategy 3

Choosing a currency specialist, what you need to know

Friday 3 August, 2018

In the final article of the Currency Strategy series with CCIQ partner, OFX, we explore the considerations when choosing a Currency Specialist – from security & regulation, fees, strategy options, customer service and technologies. Read more.