TP Human Capital Job Report Feb/Mar 2024

By tphcmanager | Apr 26, 2024

Introduction The official workforce recalibration for Townsville has been completed.  In February 2024 Townsville Region workforce official rate of jobs growth was still declining.  Staff shortages and cost of living…

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Navigating Employment Law Trends for 2024

By tphcmanager | Jan 11, 2024

Insights from Legal Expert Article from HRD As we step into 2024, lawyer Tony Wood emphasizes that employers should prioritize compliance as the most crucial legal advice. In the realm…

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The Closing Loopholes Bill: What it Means for Your Christmas Casuals Australia

By tphcmanager | Dec 14, 2023

The festive season is upon us, and with it comes the annual influx of "Christmas casuals" in retail and hospitality. While these temporary workers are a crucial part of keeping…

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Indigenous leader Bernice Hookey

By tphcmanager | Dec 11, 2023

TP Human Capital extends its heartfelt congratulations to Bernice Hookey for her extraordinary accomplishments in 2023. A year filled with significant triumphs and inspiring leadership, Hookey has been a beacon…

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South Australia Joins Queensland in Taking a Tough Stand on Industrial Manslaughter

By tphcmanager | Nov 30, 2023

Heightened Accountability in Workplace Safety, by Clayton Cook, TP Human Capital 30/11/23 South Australia has recently taken a decisive step to fortify workplace safety laws by criminalizing industrial manslaughter. This…

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Prize Money split Melbourne Cup 2023 – incentives for winning.

By tphcmanager | Nov 8, 2023

Incentive pay Melbourne Cup 2023 Our office had a discussion yesterday regarding who gets what in relation to the prize money split from yesterdays race. Obviously, the jockey, trainers, etc…

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Australian Labor Government’s Industrial Relations Reforms Criticized

By Clayton Cook | Aug 7, 2023

Australian Federal Labor Government Neglecting Productivity Introduction: In a recent turn of events, the Australian government’s industrial relations (IR) reforms have come under intense scrutiny, with the Ai Group, the…

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Minimum Wage Rises 8.6% to $882.80 a Week, Raising Concerns on Inflation and Interest Rates

By tphcmanager | Aug 7, 2023

In July 2023, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) announced a substantial 8.6% increase in Australia’s minimum wage, raising it to $882.80 per 38-hour work week. Full-time workers will now receive…

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Government announces pathway to permanent employment for 850,000 casual workers : AHRI

By tphcmanager | Aug 7, 2023

By Phoebe Armstrong

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