Does your privacy policy comply with the privacy laws?

Privacy law in Australia is governed by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (the ‘Act’) and the Australian Privacy Principles which affect the handling of personal information. The principles were introduced in 2014 to bring Australia’s privacy laws (first introduced in 2001)...Read More

Key considerations for controlling business debtors

While growing your business it can become easy to lose sight of effectively managing your debtors, however doing so, can help your business continue to grow successfully. The information below can help make the task of controlling business debtors much easier! As...Read More

Can I still work from home (remotely)?

Have you been working from home during the pandemic and are wondering if you are still able to do so, as people return to the pre-pandemic world and go back to the office. The answer will really depend upon your particular workplace and circumstances. This article...Read More

Understanding entitlements when employment is terminated

Are you worried that you may lose your entitlements after your employment has been terminated?  Although losing your job or being terminated can be stressful and can happen for various reasons, you should be aware of the type of entitlements you may be owed. You can...Read More

Managing commercial disputes – key steps and processes

A commercial dispute occurs when two or more parties have a disagreement in relation to a business matter. The subject of a commercial dispute varies however many arise due to a party’s alleged failure to perform contractual terms and conditions, which is why it is...Read More

Employee or Contractor – do you know the difference?

It’s important for all businesses to have systems in place to determine whether workers should be classified as employees or independent contractors, as tax, super and other government obligations are different depending on whether the working arrangement is...Read More