Jobs for Townsville

By tphcmanager | Jun 30, 2021

REGION CRIES OUT FOR WORKERS AS INDUSTRY POWERS UP As reported in the Townsville Bulletin – The Townsville region’s job market is roaring along at a level not seen in almost a decade. Analysing May’s jobs figures, economist Colin Dwyer said the total number of workers employed around the Townsville region rose to 112,900 –…

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Jobkeeper Withdrawal Promotes Participation

By tphcmanager | May 31, 2021

Townsville Regional jobs dashboard for April 2021 looks positive. The withdrawal of Jobkeeper and seasonal activity has promoted greater participation. Townsville job numbers rose, contrary to the national and state trend. Townsville’s jobs reputation has changed over the past 4-5 years.  Construction projects, Health jobs, and significant events are supporting a new reputation. Official job…

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By tphcmanager | May 25, 2021

SOURCE : Townsville Bulletin, DAN KNOWLES QUEENSLAND has a wealth of opportunities for future growth across the state, according to analysis done by Urbis. With the depth of Queensland’s natural resources, diversity of its regions and the strengths of its lifestyle brand, city and community-shaping experts Urbis has uncovered 10 top drivers for long-term growth…

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The beginning of the end for gig economy companies

By tphcmanager | May 19, 2021
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Federal Budget 2021: What HR needs to know

By tphcmanager | May 13, 2021

Article from HCAMAG The Federal Budget has been released for 2021, announcing $121.4 billion in funding aimed at creating 250,000 more jobs and kickstarting Australia’s economy. Announced last night, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s third budget looks to drive jobs growth by injecting cash into the public sector, infrastructure projects and the digital economy, as well as…

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Extra $6.4b Investment in Apprenticeships and Training : Federal Budget 2021

By tphcmanager | May 13, 2021

The Federal Government has announced it will further extend the Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements (BAC) wage subsidy for employers as part of the 2021 Federal Budget. Employers who sign up a new apprentice or trainee before March 31st 2022 may be eligible to receive a subsidy of up to 50% of gross wages paid to a…

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Regional Wages Pressure

By tphcmanager | Apr 28, 2021

Wages pressure builds TONY RAGGATT ‘We have lots of jobs and can’t fill them’: economist THERE is pressure for wages to rise as the region struggles to fill the jobs that are available, economist Colin Dwyer says. But the region does not look to be growing its workforce, with the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics…

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If you have casual staff in 2021 you need to read this

By tphcmanager | Apr 7, 2021

On 27th March 2021, new amendments were made to the Fair Work Act 2009, affecting the workplace rights and obligations for casual employees. Here’s a summary of the changes, timelines to be aware of, and how you can use WorkPro right now to meet your new compliance requirements. Casual Employment Information Statements (CEIS) are now…

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Reforms to casuals

By tphcmanager | Dec 7, 2020

Government unveils legislative reforms to casual work The Federal Government is set to introduce to sweeping changes to the country’s industrial relations laws, which are expected to have a profound impact on the more than 2.6 million casual employees in Australia. Under the new measures, employers will be required to offer permanent full-time or part-time…

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