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9 Ways to Tackle Post-Lunch Procrastination
The post-lunch slump can seem like an inevitable struggle for many employees, but there are ways you can overcome procrastination. Find out how here.
Are Daigou Businesses Legal?
Daigou businesses are a huge industry, shaping much of the international market when it comes to luxury goods, vitamins or baby formula. But are they legal?
ACCC Raises Alarm in Response to Qantas Acquisition of Alliance Aviation
Qantas' 20% stake in Alliance Airlines has been met with concern by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). Read about it here.
Everything you Need to Know about New Whistleblower laws in effect from 1 July
Are you on top of new laws which affect business? Read this article to learn about the changes to whistleblower legislation which came into effect on 1 July.
What’s the Difference Between a Plebiscite and a Referendum? (2019 Update)
When voting for a signficant legal or policy change, sometimes a government will run a referendum or plebiscite. Read about how they work here.
Foxtel and Netflix: the Beginning of an Unlikely Friendship
Today, Foxtel announced that it would be partnering with Netflix to offer subscribers more content than ever before. Find out what it means in this article.
Celebrity Chef George Calombaris to Pay Staff $7.8 Million in Unpaid Wages
Celebrity Chef George Calombaris has been ordered to pay $7.8 million in unpaid wages to his employees. Read about why this is surprisingly common in the hospitality industry.
Is it Legal to Record the Police?
Want to find out if you can record or film an encounter you have with the police? Read this article to find out whether it's legal.
Menulog Under Fire for Registering Domain Names for Restaurants
Restaurant owners who offer their food on the Menulog app have discovered that the app has been registering websites under their name. Read about it here
5 Ways Your Business Can Make the Most of the End of Financial Year (EOFY)
The end of the financial year (EOFY) doesn't have to be all stress and preparation. Learn how you can also use this as a time to boost your business.
Can You Only Have Ownership of Physical Possessions?
Although you can have ownership over physical possessions, you can also own intangible assets. Continue reading to find out more.
Employee Who Was Fired for Refusing to Provide His Fingerprints Wins Unfair Dismissal Case
Are the days of employee swipe cards and timesheets gone in favour of biometric technology? A recent finding by the Fair Work Commission seems to think not.
How Legal Technology and NewLaw Are Changing The Way Law Firms Provide Legal Services
Legal Technology is the newest revolution in the legal industry. As a part of the 'NewLaw' movement, legal technology changes the way lawyers and law firms provide legal services.
Do You Need an ABN to Sell Online? (2019 Update)
Don't know if you need an ABN when selling online? Learn whether you need an ABN and whether you are operating an online business or a hobby here.
How Selling 12 Pairs of Ugg Boots in the US Cost This Sydney Business Owner $650,000
Should the term 'Ugg' be considered an Australian invention? Though Ugg boots were invented in Australia, a recent finding in the US doesn't think so.
What Terms and Conditions Should I Have for an Online Competition?
Are you a business planning on running an online competition? Read on to find out what should be included in your terms and conditions.
Battle of the Peanut Butter Jars Sees Bega Emerge Victorious
A recent finding in the Federal Court has allowed Australian brand Bega to continue using the iconic yellow lid on their peanut butter jars.
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If you run an online business in Australia, it's likely that you will have to comply with the GDPR. Read about what that means here.
Want to protect the most valuable assets your business owns? Find out how to design and implement an effective IP strategy in this eGuide.
On probation but want to resign? Although probationary periods are common when starting a new job, the notice you are required to give when leaving varies.
Running a business inevitably involves spending money. If you want to raise money for your business, this eBook will show you how.