In this blog, you’ll find information about: Extension of apprenticeship subsidiesExtension of first home buyer support Additional infrastructure commitments Extension of JobTrainer fundExpansion of Local Jobs Program The Federal Government announced yesterday the 2021-22 budget. In it, the government laid out financial commitments — overall support of $121.4 billion for next year and $503 billion for the next four years. The plan includes measures for which it “creates jobs, guarantees essential services and builds a more resilient…
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Australians have a bit an obsession with statistics. And at Goodwork, we’ve got a bit of an obsession with tradies. Here’s our suprising tradie statistics.
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It should be easy to raise your prices whenever you please, right? Unfortunately, the truth is much more complicated as you run the risk of catching your most loyal customers off guard. However, careful planning and consideration go a long way in this situation.
The Federal Government today announced a full 12-month extension to the Building Apprenticeships Commencement
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