The General Retail Industry Award 2010 has been varied to include standardised provisions in relation to redundancy which are supplementary to those provided by the National Employment Standards. Whether or not the changes apply (and in this case they don’t apply to “small” employers) employees must be provided with access to the Award in its […]
NANA is receiving many calls querying the downgrading of markings during site surveys, particularly in relation to the physical presentation of outlets.
NANA will release its third Lotteries Remuneration Changes report package on Friday, 10 May 2019. Members will be sent details by email together with a text message to alert them that this important information will be available.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a new way of reporting tax and superannuation information to the ATO.
An insurance broker claiming to provide special service for Newsagents is offering what they say is a “special new premium” and that they offer “better value on your Tatts Mandatory Lotteries Insurance”. The price quoted on their web site is $195. NANA advises Members to be aware that $195 is neither a special premium nor better […]
Members have confirmed the oversupply of magazines is escalating to significantly high percentage Early Returns rates… some as high as 60%. Oversupply is already a well-known problem, but titles/numbers just keep creeping up.
Distributors may reject claims for credits on the basis that their processes are not followed as per their instructions, or because returned stock does not arrive at the distributor’s designated return address.
The terms “bereavement and compassionate leave” are still in use. There have however been changes over time in how an entitlement to compassionate or bereavement leave arises, who is entitled to paid leave and from where the basic entitlement arises. Bereavement leave is rolled up into a “omnibus” provision under the National Employment Standards. As […]
NANA is receiving calls from Members querying the new Retailers Web site indicating their What’s Hot @ the Lott is marked as red (indicating it hasn’t been read) though they have read the latest email received. Similar comments are also common on the Lott Facebook page.
NANA has been in regular contact with Liquor and Gaming NSW over the application by Tabcorp and NSW Lotteries to increase the price of lottery products and remuneration to franchisees. Neither the changes to remuneration nor the price increases have been approved by Minister Dominello who now has portfolio responsibility following changes after the recent […]