THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Top Tips from Santa’s HR Department
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4y ago
The Christmas holiday period is a vital time of the year for many retailers, with many patiently waiting for the expected uptick in sales. This busy period of the year can bring with it many problems for employers to grapple Read more ..read more
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Workplace bullying costs business
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4y ago
Previously employers may have been able to negotiate the FWC’s anti-bullying jurisdiction, however under WHS laws there are real and quantifiable consequences for any breaches, including in some cases, imprisonment ..read more
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Amazon is turning 25 – here’s a look back at how it changed the world
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5y ago
A quarter of a century ago, on July 5, 1994, a company, which shared a name with the world’s largest river, was incorporated. It sold books to customers who got to its website through a dial-up modem ..read more
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Safety in the retail industry
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by RECRUIT2retail AUSTRALIA
5y ago
Retail is one of Victoria’s largest employer groups, with trading peaks often heightening the risks as stores become increasingly busy. We’re encouraging retail stores to prioritise safety to minimise the risks. The enclosed information and resources can support you in Read more ..read more
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Online Retail Industry Awards (ORIAS) 2019 finalists announced
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by RECRUIT2retail AUSTRALIA
5y ago
Dozens of online retailers have been named as finalists in the 2019 Australia Post Online Retail Industry Awards (ORIAS), including Showpo, Cotton On, Catch, Woolworths and Appliances Online ..read more
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: 3.0% wage increase to Modern Awards from 1 July 2019
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5y ago
On 30 May 2019, the Fair Work Commission handed down its decision on the Annual Wage Review, deciding to award an increase to minimum wages of 3%. This will take effect from the first pay period commencing on or after Read more ..read more
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Online retail grew 24 per cent in 2018: AusPost
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5y ago
Australians spent $27.5 billion online in 2018, 24 per cent more than they spent in 2017, according to Australia Post’s annual Inside Australian Online Shopping Report ..read more
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Re-elected Coalition ‘a win’ for retailers
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by RECRUIT2retail AUSTRALIA
5y ago
The re-election of the Morrison Government is being hailed as welcome news for the retail sector, who last week flagged concerns over Labor’s push to restore penalty rates ..read more
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Retailers pin hopes on Coalition as election looms
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THE RETAIL WEEKLY: Customers are still spending, so why are retailers closing their doors?
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