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MYOB Fastest Growing Add-On of the Year 2016 – Tanda

26 September, 2016 Brianna O'Regan

Tanda was just named MYOB’s Fastest Growing Add-On of the Year for 2016. This is the first time the award has been conferred and is the first of its kind in Australia, marking an incredible milestone and achievement for Tanda. When I first joined Tanda in 2013, we were just a small team in a […]

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Sunday penalty rates: what’s really happening?

4 January, 2016 Jake Phillpot

The national debate on penalty rates is quickly shaping up to become a defining issue of the Turnbull government and the next Federal election. The debate on penalty rates cuts straight to the bone of modern political disagreement and draws a line straight down one of the most fundamental differentiators of right wing vs. left […]

What the hell is happening at 7 Eleven’s head office?

23 November, 2015 Jake Phillpot

The Australian Senate enquiry into 7 Eleven’s alleged underpayment of staff has heard that two thirds of stores have been underpaying staff – that’s up to 10,000 people. In a scramble to resolve the issue, 7 Eleven’s management recently wrote to 15,000 former and current staff, encouraging underpaid workers to come forward. Early results have […]

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Greens MP introduces franchise wages bill

17 November, 2015 Jake Phillpot

A new bill called the Fair Work Amendment (Recovery of Unpaid Amounts for Franchisee Employees) Bill 2015 was introduced to Parliament last week. The bill, sponsored by Melbourne Greens MP Adam Bandt, is a direct response to the recent 7-Eleven saga, in which the Fair Work Ombudsman has already found over $600,000 in underpaid wages […]

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Australian businesses suffer from Absenteeism

6 August, 2015 Nick Burge

Definition: Absenteeism is the practice of regularly staying away from work without good reason. Everyone is guilty of absenteeism at least some point in their lives. But how do you know when absenteeism is becoming a real problem within your business? How much it is actually costing your business invaluable work time, productivity and money? A […]

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What does the new wage increase mean for your business?

5 June, 2015 Tasmin Trezise

The Fair Work Commission has announced the Australian minimum wage will be increased by 2.5% starting 1st July 2015. The 1.86 million lowest paid workers will get a $16 a week pay rise. Tanda used its own labour cost reporting system to measure the expected effects this will have on local businesses and found startling […]