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Do I Have to Pay My Interns

Do I Have to Pay My Interns

By Julian Parsons - Sydney

Do you have to pay your interns?

The short answer is yes and no.

Under Australian law, you must financially compensate anyone who comes to your workplace to contribute through ‘productive work’.

However, there are perfectly legal ways to bring on unpaid interns in a meaningful capacity that supports the goals of both employee and employer.

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Rural News

Friday, July 19, 2019

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Meet the 2019 Diversity in Agriculture leaders

Author: SuperUser Account/Wednesday, May 15, 2019/Categories: Rural News

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Ten impressive women from across rural Australia have been named as the 2019 Diversity in Agriculture Leadership Program participants.
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Boggabri Arts and Crafts Exhibition

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For more information contact Donna on 6743 4370 or boggabribcpa@gmail.com

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Drovers Campfire Weekend

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Drovers Campfire Weekend April 26th to April 28th
Do you have a caravan, motor home, camper, 4 x 4, ute, tent or swag? Then get ready for the annual Boggabri Drovers Campfire Weekend. Held at Boggabri Showgrounds it is a weekend of campfires, delicious camp oven meals, whip cracking, shearing demonstrations, tours to local attractions, an antique machinery display, local craft and markets

More information on their website  http://www.droverscampfire.com.au/

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