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Why every business must have risk management - July 8, 2016
There are risks associated with running any kind of business. Unfortunately, many business owners in Australia get caught out when a risk becomes reality and they do not have adequate protection. In some cases, this can even lead to bankruptcy. Today, we’re talking about the importance of risk management, and how to establish an effective […]
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In Australia employers are required by law to provide workers’ compensation to employees, if the need arises. But what about contractors? Many people believe that because a contractor is not technically an employee, the person contracting their services does not need to cover them for workers compensation. This is not necessarily the case. Today, we’re […]
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