In this state of emergency and pandemic situation, timely notification of potential workplace transmission of COVID‑19 is critical for efficient and effective management of related health and safety risks, and the prompt investigation of potential breaches of employer duties.
Lately people across the globe have been receiving constant emails, updates and messages from the Government regarding the Coronavirus Pandemic. In addition, a few other SMS and emails were sent containing the word “virus” from unreliable sources. Moreover, people are working from home, using different internet sources and having fewer reminders about the importance of internet security.
Dating these days can be right at your fingertips, a few taps on the keyboard and some clicks with the mouse can easily set you up with your own dating profile.
There are different platforms that can be used for virtual romance such as dating websites, social media, mobile apps and many more. At first sight it seems to be easy to find love but is it safe?
Scammers generally look for vulnerable people. They will do everything in their power to take financial advantage of their victims who have little to no knowledge about their true intentions.
It is with great pride we announce that Southern Cross Group is nominated for WSABE 2017 Business Leader and Employer of Choice categories following on from our victory at the 2015 WSABE Business Excellence Awards.
Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence (WSABE) receives over 300 entries across many categories and once again Southern Cross Group have made it the finalist’s list.
CEO Sam Johnson is nominated for Business Leader of the year and Southern Cross Group is nominated in the Employer of Choice category.
Fingers Crossed until the winners are announced.
We wish Sam the best of luck.
Michael Long, prominent Indigenous figure in AFL, played for Essendon Football Club between 1989 and 2001.
Standing tall against racial abuse throughout his football career, on November 21st 2004 Michael Long walked over 650 kilometres from his home in the suburbs of Melbourne, all the way to Parliament House in Canberra to meet the then Prime Minister John Howard, to voice his concern about racial abuse in sports. He was accompanied by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous supporters on the walk to Canberra.