CCIQ’s Employer Assistance team regularly field up to 700 calls per month, supporting Queensland business owners with HR and IR expert advice. So what did 2018’s call data have to say about the HR concerns affecting Cairns businesses? Read more.
Toowoomba and Cairns have made it to the final round of a selection process that will see a multimillion-dollar agricultural export centre established in one of these regional communities. Read more.
Disputes occur in all aspects of life, from our personal relationships to professional – people get under each other’s skin. Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process that is vastly different to the traditional forms of resolving conflict, arbitration and adjudication. Read more.
The Palaszczuk Government’s call for a 3.5% increase in the minimum wage stands in contrast to industry and business associations who have advocated for a 1.8% increase in the minimum wage reflecting the challenging economy currently faced by small to medium sized enterprises across the state. Read more.
Brisbane-based company Tritium has signed a deal to provide electric-vehicle chargers to the massive Indian market. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) has called on the Federal Opposition to engage factually in matters of real wages in Australia and cease with the demonisation of the business community where the term, ‘Fat Cat’ smears many small businesses currently struggling to keep staff in jobs as well as enduring the burden of increased taxes and levies. Read more.