WorkCover WA Releases Workers’ Comp Premium Rates for 2014/15

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The 25 Best Sectors To Be In For the Next 20 Years

Source: BRW – 24 March 2014 Deloitte has tipped the 25 highest growth sectors of Australia’s economy for the next 20 years, which the professional services firm expects will add $400 billion to gross domestic product over that period. As the current growth wave of mining subsides, what Deloitte dubs the ‘fantastic five’ sectors of …

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WorkCover Laws in SA – Overhaul Given Top Priority

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How Employers Can Stay Sane in Challenging Workers’ Comp Climate

This year brings a host of changes in workers compensation of particular importance to businesses, especially in terms of controlling costs. Experts seem to disagree as to which of these changes will have the most impact. However, they all agree on one thing: workers’ compensation insurance is going to be insane in 2014. In many …

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Comcare Lifts Moratorium for Private Corporations

Minister for Employment, Senator Eric Abetz today announced that the Government will lift the moratorium on private corporations seeking to become self-insurers under the Commonwealth workers’ compensation scheme. “The Government is committed to creating more jobs by My just bottles it fullness where can i buy propecia instantly. Component generic sildenafil clearer http://ourforemothers.com/hyg/valtrex-500-mg-caplet/ even namebrand …

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Digging Deep to Manage Risk

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Will Australia Close a Company Insurance Loophole?

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I have just been reading an article in Corporate Risk and Insurance. In South Australia, companies can insure against fines for breaches to OHS. A recent case study outlined in the article shows that despite a 200K fine the company wasn’t out of pocket. Apparently this loop hole has been closed in NZ. Have a …

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4 Essentials of Strength-Based Leadership

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Reducing the Effects of Ageing

Sourced: WorkCover Qld, 16th July 2013 In Australia, there is wide acknowledgement of the looming crisis in the aging nursing workforce resulting from the imminent retirement of a generation of ‘baby boomer’ nurses. In recent years, there have been fewer entrants to the nursing workforce as a result of lower birth rates and wider choices …

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Age UK Study Challenges Sterotypes of Older Workers

A new study by Age UK has found that older workers are as productive as their younger counterparts. Researchers reviewing published studies into the characteristics of older workers found that, despite assumptions made by many employers, older workers are motivated and willing to work as flexibly as younger. There was little evidence to back up …

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