Workers Compensation Act (1987) - Legislation Changes
A new section (19B) has been inserted in the Workers Compensation Act (1987) that now creates an automatic entitlement to compensation should a worker in prescribed employment contract Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The claim liability process is to be treated similar to other claims arising of a gradual nature (disease claims) where employment is considered the main and substantial contributing factor to contraction of the disease.
6 Tips & Strategies for Leading your Team to your Grand Opening
What will your frontline team members and managers be expecting from you, their leader, when it comes to providing them with a safe workplace (physically and mentally) post COVID-19?
I have spent the last few weeks reviewing my research, along with connecting with my clients, multiple associations and people around the world to keep you in the know.Read more...
JobKeeper payment and impact on Workers Compensation in NSW
As most of you will be aware, the Australian Government has implemented a JobKeeper payment which is designed to help keep Australians in jobs and support businesses affected by the significant economic impact caused by COVID-19. Around 6 million workers are expected to receive a fortnightly payment of $1,500 (before tax) through their employer.Read more...
Social distancing menus, graphics and signage!
It’s been busy at Daily Press during the COVID-19 lockdown. Our designers, animators, videographers, web developers and app coders have worked around the clock coming up with creative new ways to navigate these unprecedented times. Read more...
CAREHAMPER PROGRAM LAUNCHES TO FEED FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS OF THE NORTHERN BEACHES IMPACTED BY COVID-19
Pittwater RSL and The Link Community Care have partnered to launch a food care program to help those in most need on the Northern Beaches during this challenging time of Covid-19.Read more...
THE WORLD'S BIGGEST MEAT RAFFLE!
Anzac Day 2020, marks the beginning of The Village Co.'s inaugural World's Biggest Meat Raffle. A national raffle with a goal to become the World Record holders for the greatest amount of meat-trays ever won in a single competition.
During this unprecedented time, the citizens of our great country are looking for inspiration; this movement has been created to empower unity and support those doing it tough.
Innoclub is supporting this as a partner, and we are calling on our Clubs to lead from the front and inspire our communities, both at a local and national level. We are on a mission to raise money to help prevent suicide in our veterans and greater communities.
All meat-tray prizes are coming from top-quality local Aussie butchers direct to the winners with all proceeds being donated to Swiss 8.Read more...
Potential job opportunities within Residential Aged Care Facilities
COVID-19 is having a major impact on the Australian community. Whilst nobody is immune, certain groups, including the elderly, are particularly at risk.
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to unfold, ensuring continuity of care for elderly residents, such as those in Aged Care Facilities, may become a challenge if the workforce which usually looks after them is impacted by COVID-19.
Calling on ENDURANCE - MATESHIP - SACRIFICE and COURAGE by staying connected this ANZAC Day
This year will be the first year that most Australians will miss an ANZAC Day Dawn Service at their local RSL Club or community cenotaph to pay their respects to Australian soldiers past and present.
Anzac Day is a symbolic day for Australians and New Zealanders and the RSL & Services Clubs Association is encouraging Clubs and their local community to mark Anzac Day by Respecting the Day from their homes.
As a community we must all still take the time to stop on ANZAC Day and remember those men and women who’ve made incredible sacrifices for others during past moments of conflict and crisis.
As you may know Respect the Day is a campaign to remind people of the special significance of ANZAC Day and to encourage Australians to reflect on this sacred day. Read more...
Support during hard times
Financial support available from the government and other sources including super.
At Club Plus Super, we’re here to support you in these challenging times. If you or your staff are experiencing financial hardship resulting from the coronavirus outbreak, we’re here to help.Read more...
Expert advice offered at no cost
We all understand and feel the trauma created from this difficult time for everyone in the club industry.
We want to see our industry return as the thriving community that we all know and love, but unfortunately there may be some clubs that will not.
To assist you through the hibernation, Russell Corporate Advisory is now offering free advice to small to medium sized clubs on the temporary “safe harbour” provisions, where such clubs may not currently be able to pay for this critical advice.Read more...