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Data#3’s journey to becoming an employer of choice

Data#3’s Group Manager of Organisational Development and HR, Tash Macknish, shares her insights into positive work culture and achieving recognition as an Employer of Choice.

02 January 2020

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Have you been impacted by the bushfires?

Emergency assistance payments and other non-financial support is available to people affected by the East Gippsland fires.

02 January 2020

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Selling to Government: A fresh approach

We spoke to The Fruit Box Group founder and CEO Martin Halphen as part of our Selling to Government series.

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08 January 2020

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2019 in review and a look ahead to 2020 - servicing members, building networks and developing ideas

The Victorian Chamber has enjoyed another active and fruitful year. Our policy and advocacy agenda has been extensive and influential.

10 January 2020

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Designing great government partnerships

Working with government is essentially about people. K2LD Architects and Interiors has delivered a range of government projects using stylish and practical modern design. Its leading designers say the key to successfully securing and completing public projects is building solid relationships and delivering a creative result on time and on budget.

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13 January 2020

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Dismissal for breach of safety rule deemed “harsh” by Fair Work Commission

A process worker at a cheese factory has received over $11,000 in compensation for a successful unfair dismissal claim. The worker was dismissed due to a serious breach to safety protocol but the dismissal was deemed harsh based on the workers personal circumstances.

16 January 2020

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OHS Standards Accredited? So What!

So, your business is accredited to AS4801: 2001, OHSAS 18001: 2007 or AS/NZS ISO 45001. But, are you compliant with current Victorian OHS legislation?

16 January 2020

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Executive Update 17 January 2020

Welcome to our first bulletin for 2020. This week our Chief Operating Officer Scott Veenker delivers the update, focusing on the impact of the bushfires on the Victorian business community.

17 January 2020

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What is ‘leaveism’? Why does it matter? And what can we do about it?

At first glance, you might be tempted to dismiss it as HR jargon – just another ‘ism’ that the modern employer is expected to care about and pay attention to. Think again.

21 January 2020

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Quarterly update Summer Edition

The Melbourne Chamber of Commerce (MCC) reports on the last few months of activity.

23 January 2020

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Selling to Government Special Series – Part Five: Tips for writing a winning tender response

Six steps to success in government tenders

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23 January 2020

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Annualised salary changes: What you need to know

The Fair Work Commission has highlighted annualised salary award provisions as a common issue requiring attention as part of the 4-yearly review. A recent decision introduces new award requirements applicable to employees covered by awards with existing annualised salary clauses. These new obligations will commence 1 March 2020.

30 January 2020

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Executive Update 31 January 2020

Welcome to our second bulletin for 2020. This week our Chief Operating Officer Scott Veenker delivers the update, focusing on the impact of the bushfires on the Victorian business community.

30 January 2020

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Spotlight on local government - Great South Coast

Great South Coast (GSC) Designated Area Migration Agreement (DAMA) – Occupations List Review. The GSC DAMA provides the regions employers with a further recruitment option in addressing critical skills shortages.

30 January 2020

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Selling to Government – Register now to be part of Victoria’s biggest road project

Registrations are now open for sole traders, small and medium businesses interested in the millions of dollars in contracts and more than 10,000 jobs that will be up for grabs as part of the $15.8 billion North East Link project.

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30 January 2020

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Promoting a Groundswell in Victoria

Working in television allows you to immerse yourself in every conceivable industry and sector. At WTFN Entertainment, we have made shows on everything from pets to teenage mothers. Where there are people, there is always a story.

06 February 2020