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Business Pulse

Business pulse weak in regional heartland
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA has released the first edition of Regional Pulse. This special report by the State’s peak business group breaks...
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CCIWA launches new Member Hub
CCIWA has launched a Member Hub in Perth’s CBD featuring six open design workspaces and high-speed internet access. The hub, which is on the same...
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New $6000 incentive to take on a displaced apprentice
The WA Government is offering up to $6000 to employers to take on a displaced apprentice or trainee during the COVID-19 recovery. Employers can access...
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COVID-19 concerns drag on longer-term confidence
CCIWA’s latest economic snapshot shows ongoing border closures, weak demand and the upcoming expiry of JobKeeper are weighing down longer-term business confidence.
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Miscellaneous Award now covers more lower-skilled workers
Coverage changes to the Miscellaneous Award could mean some lower-skilled employees are no longer award-free from July 1, 2020. 
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WA updates COVID plan, announces Stage 4
WA Premier Mark McGowan released the state’s ‘finalised’ plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions, during a press conference Monday. The Premier gave new details of his...
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Businesses face $13-a-week wage hike despite COVID-19 crisis
The Fair Work Commission has ordered a $13-a-week increase in the national minimum wage, despite the coronavirus economic crisis. The introduction of the increase will...
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Instant asset write-off stimulus extended
New rules increasing the instant asset tax write-off, aimed at supporting businesses through the COVID-19 crisis, have been extended by six months. Businesses making up...
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CCIWA Life Member Tony Manford remembered
Frank Anthony (Tony) Manford, a CCIWA Life Member, was a passionate advocate for industrial relations reform. Tony, who died aged 88, is remembered by the business...
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McGowan flags more infrastructure, housing spend
WA Premier Mark McGowan flagged “significantly more” infrastructure spending on the way in an interview with Economic Pulse.
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Banking on longer retail trading hours
Australian Banking Association CEO Anna Bligh has thrown her support behind extending WA’s retail trading hours as part of a wider economic response to the...
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Business steps up to keep people safe
Watch how this bridal design and wholesale business finds innovative ways to protect staff and customers—not just meeting, but exceeding COVID-19 rules. If you know...
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