The ACCC has announced an increased focus on unfair business contract terms, following the introduction of business-to-business laws in November last year.
We continue on from last week’s installment on EFTPOS surcharging, to examine the issue from the grass roots level of a small C-store, and in the view of our peak representative body.
Overcharging customers for using EFTPOS is soon going to be a thing of the past, but will the local corner store survive without passing the buck?
A gourmet foods supplier in WA will be taken to court over an employee who said she was discriminated against during her maternity leave.
Coca-Cola South Pacific has struck a new sponsorship deal, which will see Pump become the official water of the AFL.
Coca-Cola Amatil Limited this week announced that Mr Barry O’Connell will step down from his role as managing director Australian Beverages, to return to Europe.
The Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association (SDA), which represents workers in retail, fast food, warehousing and the beauty industries, has refuted certain claims in yesterday’s press.
A Federal Senate inquiry has been told that this restriction disadvantages many lower paid workers and prevents them from participating in this national savings plan.
A report on the prospect of allowing alcohol sales in C-stores, scheduled for release to the public today, will not be released until a later date.
Trade figures released yesterday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) represent a better than expected start to the retail year with 3.11% total growth year-on-year and a 0.4% jump for January alone.