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26 Apr Posted by in Industry News | Comments Off

RSA Training

Licensees, approved managers and their staff involved in the sale, supply and service of alcohol in restaurants, function centres, pubs, clubs and other venues in NSW must have a responsible service of alcohol (RSA) certificate. This is aimed at reducing intoxication levels and binge drinking, and associated anti-social behaviour and violence. RSA training is conducted […]

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14 Apr Posted by in Industry News | Comments Off

Small Bars Legislation Introduced to Parliament

Minister for Hospitality, George Souris, on 20 February 2013, introduced legislation to allow a new category of liquor licence specifically for small bars. Known as the Liquor Amendment (Small Bars) Bill 2013, the initiative is part of the NSW Government’s strategy to reduce alcohol-related violence in Kings Cross and to allow people throughout NSW to […]

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14 Apr Posted by in Industry News | Comments Off

Human Resource Management

Service Industry Legal Services understands that employers in the hospitality industry need cost effective human resource management services without compromising quality. Contact us for assistance with: Developing and implementing policies and systems to attract, reward and retain the right people. Developing job descriptions, employment contracts, recruitment policies and induction programs. Developing employee manuals and employment […]

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14 Apr Posted by in Industry News | Comments Off

Illegal Workers- How to ensure your employees are entitled to work in Australia

It is an offence to knowingly aid or abet an illegal worker to work in Australia. To help guard against potential prosecution for employing illegal workers you need to be vigilant. Employers have the right to request proof from their employees (or prospective employees) that they are entitled to work in Australia. In years gone […]

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