With October fast approaching please note the following Public Holidays State-wide and observed in each area as applicable and prescribed as a public holiday under the Statutory Holidays Act 2000 (TAS) - it is important that employees receive the correct entitlements!
1 in 4 businesses will experience a data breach. The world as we know it is continually changing and one of the fundamental drivers is digital transformation. In partnership with TasmaNet, cyber security expert Jim Lange from HPE talks about the threats we face in our digital environment and how you can protect your business against data corruption and common cyber security threats.
Please be advised The Fair Work Commission has this morning granted award-reliant workers a 3.5% increase, lifting the national minimum wage by $24.30 a week or 64 cents an hour in this year's annual wage review ruling. The new weekly minimum wage will be $719.20 – or $18.93 an hour – from July 1 2018.
As an industry we all need to provide students coming into the Hospitality sector a real and authentic work placement experience.
Work experience is a vital component of the students training and it is essential that they gain the exposure that will actually allow them to understand what the industry demands of its new employees.