Business Pulse

Langer discusses leadership, career at CCIWA Reset 2022 lunch
Former Australian cricket coach Justin Langer yesterday delivered his first public speech since he resigned earlier this year at CCIWA's inaugural Reset 2022 series of...
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Graduate Occupation List expanded
An extra 194 occupations have been added to the Graduate Occupation List in a bid to tap the international student market to alleviate WA’s skills...
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State Budget delivers on key CCIWA reform initiatives
The 2022-23 State Budget sets up WA for a bright post-pandemic future, delivering significant improvements to the State’s net debt position and solid reform measures...
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Providing a COVID-safe workplace
The easing of COVID-19 restrictions has been a major step forward for businesses, but comes with an increased need to revisit COVID-19 safety plans.
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WA’s food and beverage scene on show
Delegates from 17 premium food and wine import/distribution companies have been treated to the best of WA’s food and beverage scene during the Taste Western...
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Seize opportunity to diversify, CCIWA says in Pre-Budget Submission
WA has outperformed much of the world over the past two years, but as the State moves into a new phase of the pandemic the...
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ASA launches new Employer Portal
Employers now have 24/7 online access to information, services and support to manage their apprentices and trainees with the launch of Apprenticeship Support Australia WA’s...
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Hardship grants available to more small businesses
More WA small businesses can now access the State Government’s Level 2 COVID-19 Business Assistance Package after adjustments were made to eligibility requirements.
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New support for CBD businesses welcome
City businesses will welcome today's State Government's $12 million package aimed at getting people back into the Perth CBD and Northbridge.
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Masks off and back to business
It’s back to normal and CCIWA, along with the WA business community, welcomes the State Government’s decision to further ease COVID-19 restrictions from this Friday,...
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WorkCover rates up from July
WorkCover WA has announced a 6.9 per cent increase in the 2022/23 average recommended premium for workers’ compensation insurance from July 1, 2022.
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Capacity limits, close contact definition among COVID rules eased
A host of COVID-19 public health measures including capacity limits, contact registration and close contact rules have eased today.
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