ACCC Court Action against Employsure a Warning to Business to Get the Right Advice on Fair Work Regulations: CCIQ
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has again reiterated warnings to small businesses to seek appropriate advice on Fair Work Ombudsman related matters and industrial relations following the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)’s decision to commence legal proceedings against Employsure for misleading conduct. Read more.
International education and training identified as Queensland's second-most valuable services export
Three projects to boost the number of overseas students coming to Townsville have received $158,000 from the Queensland Government’s International Education and Training Partnership Fund[https://www.tiq.qld.gov.au/iet-strategy/iet-partnership-fund/]. Read more.
*Hi Saul! Now — ‘Tooletries’ is an intriguing name; what exactly do you sell?* Read more.
A Queensland company offering a new and better way to produce essential battery materials is making connections in the European market with TIQ’s support. Read more.
Queensland company Tritium is rolling out its electric-vehicle chargers to hundreds of locations across Europe
A Brisbane technology company changing the face of the global electric vehicle (EV) industry has been named as Queensland’s Exporter of the Year for 2018. Read more.
CCIQ Chief Economist, Dr Marcus Smith said the Moody’s analysis effectively falls into line with market economists and industry groups that have urged the government to aggressively tackle the state’s debt. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland has today welcomed the improvement in the federal budget bottom line, announced by Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg in today’s Mid-year Economic and Fiscal Outlook (MYEFO). Read more.
With 2018 on its way out, SMEs only have two years to prepare for the upcoming increase in Superannuation employer contributions that will occur in July 2021. During this time Superannuation contributions made by employers will increase from 9.5% to 10%. However, this isn’t the only expected increase in the future, it will dramatically increase again in July 2025 to 12%. So how can businesses ensure they stay afloat with these changes? Read more.