Know the law – or else, says ACAPMA

Following a second group of fuel retail businesses becoming embroiled in an employment compliance scandal, the Australasian Convenience and Petroleum Marketers Association (ACAPMA) has made a commitment to ensure all member businesses are fully aware of their obligations under Australian employment law.  “Paying employees in full accordance with Australian employment …

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Tasmanian Government considers increasing the tobacco licence fee

Tasmania’s Department of Health and Human Services is inviting public comment on the draft Public Health (Tobacco Seller’s Licence) Regulations 2009.  The regulations, if enacted, would increase the tobacco licence fee under sections 74B and 74F of the Public Health Act 1997 from 239 fee units to 478 fee units …

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FoodWorks celebrates store excellence

Outstanding FoodWorks retailers were honoured at the FoodWorks Conference 2016 held at Jomtien Beach in Thailand last month.The FoodWorks National Large Store of the Year award went to Agnes Water FoodWorks in Queensland for its performance across a number of levels, including its interactive layout and engagement with customers and community, with …

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