Fair Wok Commission effectively abolishes junior rates for Level 4 and above under retail Award

The Fair Work Commission issued a decision on 24 November in the junior rates case which NANA highlighted in last week’s NANA Newsletter. The Commission’s decision will effectively remove junior rates from Retail Employee Levels 4 through to 8 under the General Retail Industry Award 2020. This will mean junior employees engaged in classifications covered by […]

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Industrial relations regime is expected to undergo substantial reforms over coming months

In the past week, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced that a set of industrial relations reforms will be introduced to Parliament before Christmas 2020. The reforms are intended to strengthen job growth in an economy still recovering from the impacts of COVID-19. The Prime Minster warned that ‘there won’t be sweeping praise from the union movement […]

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Tabcorp/NSW Lotteries confirm “open for Dreams” media campaign

Tabcorp/NSW Lotteries has announced via What’s Hot @ the Lott newsletter that the schedule of television advertising supporting in-store purchases of lotteries products recommenced on 15 November. The “Open for Dreams” campaign has commenced a second round of advertising to continue to encourage customers to support their local retailers and highlight that lotteries retail outlets are still […]

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