With the Federal Election just around the corner, the major parties have proposed variations in the way they will implement IR changes. Read more.
Getting a story published in the media – on TV, radio, magazines, digital news outlets – isn’t as difficult as you might believe. As long as you understand some important things about the media business. Read more.
CCIQ Director of Advocacy Nick Behrens delivered a keynote address at the inaugural Regional Universities Network conference in Rockhampton last Friday. Read more.
Tuesday 28 June, 2016 | By: Default Admin
In analysing infrastructure election commitments to the Sunshine State the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) believes the Coalition needs to strengthen its financial pledge to the State. Read more.
Monday 20 June, 2016 | By: Colin Fruk
Being an entrepreneur or a small business owner is often a daunting task. You likely feel compelled to take on every complication and challenge head-on with no outside help. How do you get help when you need it? Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) says a State Opposition plan to tackle youth unemployment would provide significant incentive for small business to take on younger workers. Read more.
Throughout this Federal Election, we have witnessed a relentless misinformation campaign about the role business plays in Australia’s economic success story. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) welcomes small business initiatives announced today in the Brisbane City Council 2016-17 Budget. Read more.
CCIQ’s Employer Assistance team is regularly called on to explain for small business owners what is casual employment. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) welcomes the Palaszczuk Government’s second State Budget and the small business-friendly elements. Read more.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) applauds State Budget measures to increase Advance Queensland funding, describing it as a win for small business and start-ups. Read more.