16 June 2015
Boyce offers vacation placement and work experience opportunities to tertiary students who are currently enrolled in a business-related tertiary course and to school students who are studying a business subject and seriously considering a career in accounting.
Our vacation placements and work experience opportunities give students an unprecedented insight into the world of business. It’s a great way to find out where your personal interests and motivations lie, and indeed whether or not Boyce is the firm for you. Through project work, learning and development, meetings and shadowing of senior colleagues you’ll be able to explore our work in detail. You may even go back to university with a job offer in your pocket.
11 June 2015
Fair Work Australia recently handed down its decision to apply a 2.5% increase to the minimum wage with effect from the first pay period commencing on or after 1 July 2015.
The national minimum wage will be $656.90 per week or $17.29 per hour. The hourly rate has been calculated on the basis of a 38 hour week for a full-time employee. This constitutes an increase of $16.00 per week.
10 June 2015
The NSW Rural Assistance Authority (RAA) provides assistance to rural producers and small business in regional NSW through programs and loans.
In broad terms the function of the RAA is to administer a wide range of assistance measures to the rural sector to encourage self-reliance and adaptation to change.
9 June 2015
The way employers pay superannuation contributions is set to change this year with the introduction of SuperStream.
By way of background, SuperStream is a package of reforms designed by the government and being implemented by the ATO, with a goal of improving the efficiency of the superannuation system.
5 June 2015
It's one of the things no one tells you when you're running a small business - the amount of time you spend on paperwork. Amongst those obligations is the need to provide your employees with compliant payslips within a timely manner.
Incomplete and incorrect payslips are still one of the most common problems identified by Fair Work inspectors, and employers can be hit with on the spot infringement notices for failing to meet record keeping and payslip obligations under the Fair Work Act 2009.