State Government of Victoria
Victoria’s first ever Labour Hire Licensing Scheme, which protects workers and cracks down on dodgy operators, will come into force on 29 April – with contractors given six months to sign up or else face significant penalties.
Don’t miss out on one of the best networking opportunities in the manufacturing events calendar.
The Victorian Government is running a series of Local Jobs First information sessions to explain how the Local Jobs First Policy and social Procurement Framework apply to suppliers.
New figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)* give insight to the rate of small business growth in Victoria, the fastest growing industries and where those businesses are being established.
In an Australian first, Victorians can now get local data at their fingertips through a new easy to use interactive website.
Applications are now open for Victoria’s Wine Growth Fund, which provides grants to the wine industry.
Small Business Victoria have partnered with Reed Gift Fairs to highlight the importance of small business in the lead up to Christmas.
New Act will establish a business licensing system to protect labour hire workers
The Australian Taxation Office has introduced a new payroll system to streamline the way small business reports its payroll information.
Australian consumers can be more confident about the origins of food they buy with the introduction of compulsory Country of Origin food labelling from 1 July 2018.
The third stage of the Small Business Regulation Review (SBRR) is seeking feedback from small businesses in the construction sector to help cut red tape.
Three accomplished women, including dual winners of the inaugural Woman Manufacturer of the Year award, were among this year's recipients at the Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame Awards, held on 28 May.
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10 Jan 2019