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  1. Industrial relations systems

    Western Australian labour relations system. To clarify whether your association falls under the ... incorporated association, you can contact the Labour Relations Division of the Department of Mines, Industry ... Regulation and Safety for advice. Wageline is a service provided by Labour Relations that can provide ...

  2. Our content types

    used content types include: Announcements Publications Content pages   Announcement Usage: An ... options (publish and expiry dates) See guide on creating an announcement. Publication Usage: A publication ...   Use if you need to add files (PDF, Office documents or spreadsheets, videos, images, podcasts, etc ...

  3. Establishing the terms and conditions of employment

    indicated above, Labour Relations will be able to assist incorporated associations that are not ... legislation. Labour Relations can provide assistance with developing a common law contract. Should the contract ...

  4. Create publications

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  5. Types of insurance

    Workers' compensation- to cover injury to employees for accidents associated with work. Public liability ... Volunteer insurance- to cover volunteers for personal injury and public liability while carrying out work. ... association will insist that the association has certain minimum levels of insurance cover, such as public ...

  6. Registering with the ATO

    incorporated associations include: an exemption from FBT; and the FBT rebate. Associations that are public ... religious, educational, charitable, scientific or public educational institutions; trade unions and employer ... guidance provided by the ATO. For a short summary, you can also read the factsheet on DGR’s. Public ...

  7. Copyright on the Internet

    Council provides information and training for the public.  Australian Copyright Council PO Box 1986, ...

  8. Seeking external assistance

    future, Consumer Protection may form the view that formal action is not in the public interest. Key ...

  9. Incorporation under the Corporations Act 2001

    a public or private company. Private companies (proprietary companies) cannot have more than 50 members and ... are not able to attract investment from the general public. Public companies can raise capital by ... offering shares to the public and there is no restriction on the number of members (shareholders). For ...

  10. Insurance

    players and officials (eg a coach) for injuries that occur during officially sanctioned activities; Public ... members, spectators and the general public during events; Professional indemnity provides cover for ...

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