Join us at the launch event for the first fencing station at Productivity Bootcamp in Penrith, NSW will be held in February.
Scott Cam will inspire the next generation of tradespeople in his new role as Australia’s first National Careers Ambassador, helping young Australians take advantage of surging demand for skilled workers.
Australia’s trend unemployment rate remained steady at 5.3 per cent in September 2019, according to the latest information released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
More jobs and improved electricity supplies throughout North Queensland will flow from the latest investment by the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF).
Employsure’s founder and managing director, Ed Mallett has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement that the Australian government will take a fresh look at refreshing the workplace relations system.
The Fair Work Commission delivered its annual wage review. This decision will have a significant impact on all businesses and industries and over 2.2 million employees who are paid at the National Minimum Wage or minimum Modern Award rates.
Victoria’s regional unemployment rate has dropped to the lowest mark on record and at just 4.2 per cent, remains the lowest of all the states.
“In today’s (May 30 2019) Annual Wage Review Decision, the Fair Work Commission has accepted the arguments of the Australian Industry Group that a lower minimum wage increase should be awarded this year (2019) because of slow economic growth, low inflation and increased tax transfer payments which have provided a benefit to low-paid households. Even […]
Businesses in the fencing industry struggle with the same issues as building and construction when it comes to encouraging young people to work in the sector.
Regional Victoria is benefiting from thousands of new jobs, with the state’s regional unemployment rate the lowest recorded in the nation.