It pays to comply with minimum employment standards

Employers don’t get caught out! Compliance by employers with minimum employment standards is a serious concern for the Labour Inspectorate. Penalties for non-compliance can be up to $100,000 (for a company) and even more for financial gain, plus the risk of negative publicity and hiring bans. Employers are being warned about the importance and consequences of meeting their minimum employment…

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Modi overwhelms Congress and Allies

Katharine Adeney The stunning majority for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2019 Indian election is a massive political achievement for its leadership: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Party President Amit Shah. Early results from the world’s biggest democratic exercise show the BJP is likely to win more than 300 seats in India’s Parliament, the Lok Sabha, more than the 282…

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Indian Foreign Policy could be assertive

Indian Foreign Policy could be assertive

Balaji Chandramohan As the largest democracy in the world voted for the incumbent, conservative and nationalistic Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the strategic orientation under Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be of interest to Indo-Pacific countries such as Australia, New Zealand and those in the South Pacific. Paradigm shift in Strategic Calculus The massive mandate that Parliamentary Elections gave to BJP…

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