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Pre-Budget Submission To The Commonwealth Government 2024-25
Business NSW Welcomes the opportunity to provide a Pre-Budget submission ahead of the 2024-25 Federal Budget. The following
Any feed back can be submitted through our contact page: https://www.businessnsw.com/contact-business-nsw
For many businesses, the 2024 economic outlook presents a multitude of challenges. This includes the ongoing skills shortages, weakening customer demand, recent supply chain disruptions, and the continued rise of business costs.
To improve the ease of doing business, we want to understand what support businesses like yours would appreciate from the NSW Government.
Tell us what policy areas require the most urgent attention. Please share link below with your members and networks:
Business NSW will use your response to advocate on your behalf and strive to unlock whatever assistance can be made available to your business.
Your participation in this 5-minute survey is vital.
Closes 11:59pm on Monday 12 February 2024
Upcoming Changes to the Fair Work Act
Superannuation: From 1 January 2024, the National Employment Standards will include an express right to superannuation contributions. By including superannuation as a right under the NES will allow employees, unions and the Fair Work Ombudsman to bring their own proceedings to recover unpaid superannuation contributions as well as associated penalties as a breach of the NES.
Unpaid parental leave: The parental leave provisions of the Fair Work Act have been amended to provide greater flexibility for parents to use their leave entitlements.
Employee authorised deductions: From 30 December 2023, employees will be able to authorise their employers to make recurring or regular deductions from their salary for amounts that vary, provided the authorisation is in writing and the deductions are principally for the benefit of the employee (and not the employer).
Protection for migrant workers: The Fair Work has been amended to try to ensure that all migrant workers are entitled to the benefits of that Act, including the NES, regardless of their immigration status and whether they have a legal right to work in Australia.
May this season of Christmas bring
health and peace with all your loved
Be safe in this time of rest.
this great musician
playing on the street corner or Seymour Street .
Be great to come along and listen
Old From The Past
The last 20 years have truly been a wild ride. You might know Boost Juice as it is today, with 680+ stores across 13 countries, but this didn’t happen overnight.
Throughout my journey I have had many people ask me…’what did you do to create that level of success?’
Along the way I’ve had my fair share of wins, losses and lessons, and uncovered plenty of secrets I wish I knew when I started out.
I’m ready to share my story, along with all of the lessons and secrets I collected along the way, with you at The Entrepreneurs’ Unconvention on Thursday 10 March 2022.
I hope my story will resonate with business owners who think unconventionally and march to the beat of their own drum.
I can’t wait to share all of this with you.
See you there,
Clink on link an follow the steps
NSW Small Business Month starts next week
NSW Small Business Month starts Tuesday 1st March 2022. We’re kicking off NSW Small Business Month with the official launch event. We invite you to join us. Let’s Rebuild, Recharge and Renew!
Date: 1 March 2022
Time: 10am to 11am
( Click on the link an registered )
Australia Day 2022 Award For Venturers
Canterbury Vale District Venturers and Scouts from 2nd Enfield and 1st Burwood, had a great way to celebrate our national day.
Burwood City Council awarded the Groups a special Australia Day Award for an ongoing community project.
Venturers and Scouts combined under the tutorage of Canterbury Vale District Commissioner Cheryl Borsak, to make linen carry bags.
Burwood Mayor John Faker said he and his Council were really pleased with our project.
He said the linen bags were cut, sewn and distributed throughout the community by the Venturers and Scouts in an effort to reduce reliance on plastic bags.
Councillor Faker said the Venturers and Scouts had set a great community example.
Bravoo to our Venturers and 1st Burwood and 2nd Enfield Scouts!
I am looking for young and enthusiastic staff who can work with us. We are now recruiting to cater for the high demands due to sales growth. I would like to give opportunity to locals to join us and grow. Domino’s Pizza has a very exceptional training programs both in store and online and it create a great foundation for young people to kick start their career. We are open 7 days and long hours so it’s suitable for all type.
Entries for the Sydney Metro Business Awards are closing on Thursday 26 August. The awards recognise growth, entrepreneurship and celebrate business success.
Entering your business is a rewarding experience. It provides an opportunity to reflect on the goals, strategies and vision which have shaped your success. The insights you gain will help drive growth and the longevity of your business.
The 2021 Business Awards comprise of 14 different categories, with each category awarded regionally. The regional winners will then compete against the best from across New South Wales at the 2021 State Business Awards.
Entries close 5.00 pm AEST Thursday 26 August 2021.
Best of luck!Your Business NSW team
Croydon Park Business Chamber Positions now open for being part of the: Youth Committee.
Croydon Park Business Chamber (CPBC) Position now open for the role of: Secretary.
As the situation evolves, health authorities advise that the best form of prevention is to practice good hygiene by washing your hands and to ensure that you stay home if you feel unwell.
The symptoms of COVID-19 include a sore throat, fever, cough, and shortness of breath. If you are unwell, you should call your GP or call Health Direct on 1800 022 222 for assistance and direction.
For the latest information and updates, visit health.nsw.gov.au or contact the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.
I am confident that we will be able to get through these difficult times. Please know that I will always be here to support you
Information for people with a disability:
IDEAS Disability Information
Disability and Chronic Illness COVID-10 Information Clearinghouse Australia – a group for people with a disability and/or chronic illness to share information about how to respond to the current COVID-19 public health emergency in Australia
Information in relation to the NDIS:
NDIS – making a complaint about any service withdrawal: https://www.ndiscommission.gov.au/about/complaints
Federal Department of Health
Important information for careworkers – one of the most serious issues is making sure that vulnerable people can still get the support they need. This is important information for careworkers
Members of NSW Business Chamber