Special provision has been made for employers of 4 or fewer employees, but all employers will be required to comply. An extension to the introduction date may be available for some employers, however employers must make an application.
All lotteries outlets must register through the existing lotteries Retailers’ Web site to ensure they will be able to access the new system when it cuts over on 1 April 2019.
NSW Lotteries has placed the Omni-Channel Program Retail Information pack in an easier to find location on retailers web. You should be able to access and download a copy from the retailers web home page. The link appears in the scrolling box at the top of the page and also as a tile on the […]
All employers are required to satisfy at least the minimum requirements under the National Employment Standards, Awards and the Fair Work Act in regards to pay slips. Compliance with pay slip requirements is also an aspect of lotteries site surveys.
Up until Gordon and Gotch Australia changed their name to Ovato, they included a Newsagents’ charter at the base of most of Gordon and Gotch Weekly Highlights email broadcasts.
NANA has made its position about Newsagents being involved with pay day lending outfits. ALNA, possibly in a desperate bid to generate income for themselves, is promoting pay day lender Cash Stop to Newsagents. NANA’s position is straight down the line – pay day lenders have nothing to do with the place Newsagents occupy within their […]
NANA has continued to maintain its position that GNS should refund all levy balances to Newsagents. There is absolutely no difference between what GNS provides to those who have paid levy balances and those who have not. The only exception is where GNS has extended preferential benefits to banner marketing groups and their members. Those Newsagents may […]
We have previously advised Members that NANA had made a submission to the Fair Work Commission concerning what NANA insists is an error in the draft version of the proposed plain English version of the General Retail Industry Award 2010. The Award applies to all retail Newsagencies throughout Australia, except for WA and businesses covered […]
The Australian Taxation Office has released new industry benchmarks including those for Newsagencies. These benchmarks use information reported on tax returns and activity statements for the 2016–17 financial year and are updated each year. This is the most current data. The benchmarks show ranges of business income to business expenses that you can use to […]
NANA has discovered that some Newsagents in border regions may have two GNS accounts. The impact is that levies may have been collected on both accounts resulting in a total levy balance in excess of the maximum cap of levies that should have been collected.