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JobKeeper payment: How it will work, who will miss out and how to get it

- April 2, 2020 4 MIN READ

The A$130 billion $1,500-per-fortnight JobKeeper payment will benefit six million Australians for six months, with payments expected from May 1. Eligible businesses include not-for-profits and businesses with turnovers of less than $1 billion per year whose turnover is down 30%. Businesses with turnovers of more than $1 billion per year need to have lost 50%… Read more »

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How to protect your bottom line in tough times

- April 1, 2020 3 MIN READ

Expect the unexpected. We’ve all heard this, but in the last few weeks, it’s now more relevant than ever before. So what does it mean when it comes to business, and how can you plan for such an event? asks Darrell Hardidge, a customer experience strategy expert and CEO of customer research company Saguity, The… Read more »

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How WineDepot is helping wineries stay in business

- March 31, 2020 2 MIN READ

The average Australian winery generates 44 per cent of its DTC revenue, through their cellar door, writes WINEDEPOT founder Dean Taylor. Rather sadly, many were forced to close their cellar doors this week to help contain the spread of coronavirus. This comes at a time when they are already reeling from the impact of bushfires,… Read more »

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Alternatives for employers during the COVID-19 crisis

- March 27, 2020 2 MIN READ

With many employers having to make some hard decisions about the roles of their workers during the COVID-19 crisis, leading employment advice service Employsure says there are alternatives to mass redundancies and stand-downs. Hundreds of thousands of workers in a number of industries, including the travel, hospitality and retail sectors are facing months of uncertainty,… Read more »

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Keeping your team engaged in the wake of COVID-19

- March 26, 2020 3 MIN READ

With a lot of businesses moving to operate virtually in the wake of COVID-19, many employees are adjusting to remote working as the new norm. Remote working comes with its own challenges, including lack of human interaction and distractions from one’s surroundings, just to name a few, writes Claudio Cardile, ANZ Managing Director, Barco. It’s… Read more »