You may have noticed in the news of late the rise in Newsagents being robbed. Unfortunatly this is not unusal for this time of year as the “silly sealson” is apon us and people become desperate.
A few months ago NANA reported on a number of NANA Members that had reported attempted and actual frauds perpetrated by scammers posing as epay representatives.
With the recent vicious bashing of a 70 year old Newsagent as he was preparing his papers for delivery, it has brought to light the need for keeping your personal and business security updated. The offender grabbed a hammer which had been on a bench inside the store and smashed the victim twice to the […]
Maximum penalties for businesses that breach record-keeping laws have recently doubled and the Fair Work Ombudsman and NANA are helping Newsagents reduce their risk of being exposed to big fines with the release of a new online training course.
With Christmas shopping lists getting longer and longer, Newsagents are starting to get busier and busier. Many Newsagent businesses employ extra staff for the Christmas period to manage their customers who are enjoying the Christmas specials. The employment is usually for a short period and employees are typically h ired on a casual basis. As […]
About 1am on Thursday morning, emergency services were called to shops on John St near Dutton Lane, at Cabramatta. When they arrived emergency services found two shops in the building were on fire, including a newsagent. It is believed the fire started downstairs at the newsagent but spread to the second floor of the business which […]
The ACT Keyholder Register is a list of the names and after-hours contact details of business owners or others who have access to your business premises.
The second formal notice for NANA’s Annual General Meeting to be held on 21 November 2017 was distributed to Members last week.
NANA has been working behind the scenes to highlight the issue of Tatts shop fits and the deadlines imposed. We are pleased to confirm that after deliberations with Tatts and associated stakeholders,
An analysis of the Fair Work Commission 2016-17* report reveals an employer was hit with an unfair dismissal claim every three and a half minutes last financial year.It was found that employers lost 60% of the 14,135 unfair dismissal applications brought against them in 2016-17. With options available to employees like unions, and advocacy groups, and particularly […]