You ask what being a professional has got to do with insurance? In one word, everything.
In the past couple of weeks, executives from the company Amazon appeared before the Federal Senate Select Committee on Job Security. The inquiry is looking into the substandard treatment of workers by Amazon.
Covid-19 improved the perception many Australians have of our industry, reaffirming that the movement of trucks, the supply chain and the ability to access warehouses is critical to the nation’s development and continued success. Read more
Our government wants us to be more careful, to fill out endless paperwork, to create huge procedures all aimed at ‘zero road deaths’ without any repercussions or responsibilities for them. They seem to think that we cause all the suffering and trauma. But what about their responsibilities?
Loading and unloading animals can be the most challenging part of the livestock handling task, and hazardous situations can place farmers, agriculture and transport workers at risk.
Communicating effectively with your boss is critical to your job satisfaction, performance and safety.
Here’s a story for you to consider, the union working with drivers and winning a first time Enterprise Agreement.
Just when we thought the carnival was over, the rollercoaster started all over again with a Covid-19 outbreak in Victoria. Allegedly the outbreak was caused by a person exiting hotel quarantine in South Australia while being Covid-positive.
Last month was a tale of two budgets, with the Federal and Victorian state budgets released within days of each other. Yet, despite their proximity on the calendar, they were about as similar as chalk and cheese.
No doubt you are as disappointed as I am with the news that the lockdown in Victoria is to be extended by a further seven days until Thursday June 10, albeit with changes that will ease some of the restrictions in Melbourne and regional Victoria.