Public holidays are a different entitlement to annual leave and paid absences for public holidays should not be taken from annual leave (or other) balances.
NANA recently received a call from a Member in relation to Jury duty, also known as jury service.
There are to be changes to antidiscrimination legislation in NSW which will make it illegal to discriminate against an employee because they are pregnant.
NANA recently sent all Members an invitation to participate in an online survey on 17 January 2018. The survey consists of 5 questions and takes less than 2 minutes to complete.
Over the Christmas/New year period NANA received reports that scammers were targeting Newsagents offering Western Union services.
A reminder that the NSW Government has introduced a mandatory minimum expiry period of 3 years for gift cards and gift vouchers sold to a consumer in NSW, as well as a ban on post-purchase administration fees.
Whilst the NANA office will be closed over the Christmas and New Year holiday period from 22 December and will reopen on 3 January, Members will still be able to contact NANA by phone on 1300 113 044 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public holidays are a different entitlement to annual leave & shouldn’t be taken from balances.
NSW Police in the Newcastle and Central Coast are calling for all early opening business owners to remain vigilant following a number of robberies of small business in the area.
The long-running merger of Tabcorp and Tatts Group has finally gone ahead after the Supreme Court of Victoria gave its approval for thedeal. Tabcorp has now written to its shareholders confirming that the deal is now effective and that the two companies will come together under the Tabcorp name on 22 December.