The NSW Small Business Commissioner has extensive resources available to small businesses impacted by bushfires.
Newsagents impacted by natural disasters and emergencies have a number of options as to how they deal with staffing issues. Different Award, National Employment Standards and Fair Work Act provisions apply to full time, part time and casual employees.
The NSW Small Business Commissioner has released information to assist small businesses impacted by bush fires to access financial support. Newsagents may qualify for a Disaster Recovery Grant payment and may also be eligible for other support from the Commonwealth Government.
NANA has contacted major suppliers to Newsagents in bush fire impacted areas. Many Newsagents have experienced closures, fire damage, electricity and water cuts and missed deliveries due to road closures. Some Newsagents have experienced difficulties because normal banking procedures have been interrupted leading to insufficient funds in accounts to deal with direct debits and account sweeps.
A schedule of known public holidays for NSW and ACT has been prepared by NANA for the use of Members.
epay has advised that Newsagents who have been affected by bush fires should contact them if: • Their business has been lost, or • Temporary closure has been required, which impacts minimum sales requirements epay may waive fees which arise due to not meeting minimum threshold limits. The epay Customer Service team has been briefed, […]
Newspack Insurance™ is wholly owned by NANA, managed with professional support by Bolderstons Insurance Brokers and underwritten by some of the largest insurance companies in Australia and globally. Many NANA Members and other Newsagents are insured through Newspack Insurance™. NANA has worked with our managers and underwriters to ensure Newspack Insurance™ speedily deals with any claims […]