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Staff safety and Christmas parties

Christmas parties are a time to let your hair down and have a laugh with your employees and co-workers. But there are things to remember so that everyone has a good time without any negative fallout.   Before the event Remind staff that although this is a party acceptable workplace behaviours still apply. Reinforce your…

Networking Event

Join us for a networking event and Christmas drinks 11 December 2018 5.30 – 7.30pm Hunter Valley Visitor Information Centre 455 Wine Country Drive, Pokolbin Register HERE by 10 December 2018   Why should you come to a networking event? Take a look at this article on networking published on the ACC website on this…

Christmas parties and the tax department

It’s that time of year, the silly season has officially started. So what things do you need to consider in regard to the Australian Tax Office (ATO) when you organise your work Christmas party? There are probably two main areas an employer needs to concern themselves with; Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) and tax deductibility.  …

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Hunter Valley Visitor Information Centre – Not just for visitors!

The Hunter Valley Visitor Centre (HVVIC) is located at 455 Wine Country Drive Pokolbin, at the entry to Cessnock Airport; and is the ideal place for information, bookings and to buy unique products from businesses around the Hunter Valley.   It proudly displays the accredited ‘i’ sign which is a guarantee of quality service and reliable information.…

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Cessnock City Council undertook a skills audit in 2018. The aim is for a workforce that is sustainable for the region to meet the needs of our growing industries.

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