Evelyn Zaragoza

Evelyn Zaragoza

Inihayag ng Gobiyerno ng NSW ang bagong kaloob na nagkakahalaga ng $10,000 para sa mga nag-eeksport na negosyong naapektuhan ng COVID-19.
Kuwalipikado ka ba para rito?
Alamin dito at samantalahin na ang mga libreng materyales na pangnegosyong magagamit ninyo at partikular na para sa industriya mo mula sa Business Australia.

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Ikaw ba ay isang nag-eeksport na nais muling masimulan ang kalakalan mo pagkatapos ng COVID-19?
Alam mo ba na nagbibigay ang Gobiyerno ng NSW ng 1,000 x $10,000 Pantulong na Kaloob sa Pag-eeksport upang matulungan ang mga nag-eeksport sa marketing, e-commerce, at pakikilahok sa mga internasyonal na pangkalakalang eksibisiyon?
Mag-click dito para sa karagdagang impormasyon https://bit.ly/BusAusFilipino

Nais mo bang mabawasan ang buwis na dapat bayaran ng negosyo mo?
Upang matulungan ang mga negosyo na makabangon mula sa COVID19, tinutulungan ng Pederal na Gobiyerno ang mga negosyo na mabawasan ang kanilang mga buwis sa pamamagitan ng pagtataas ng halaga ng maaaring magamit na depresiyasyon ng asset sa mga muwebles sa opisina, mga kagamitan ng mga manggagawa, at hardware at software ng kompyuter.
Mag-click dito para sa karagdagang impormasyon tungkol sa mga bagong patakaran.
https://bit.ly/BusAusFilipino

Narinig mo na ba ang tungkol sa Homebuilder?
Isa itong Programa ng Pederal na Gobiyerno na nagkakahalaga ng $688 milyon upang matulungan ang industriya ng pagtatayo ng mga gusali na makabangon mula sa COVID-19 sa pamamagitan ng pag-aalok ng libreng kaloob na nagkakahalaga ng $25,000 upang mapondohan ang mga renobasyon ng mga nagmamay-ari ng bahay o mga unang beses pa lamang bumili ng bahay sa Australya.
Mag-click dito para sa higit pang mga detalye at upang makita kung kuwalipikado ka para rito. https://bit.ly/BusAusFilipino

Saturday, 04 July 2020 02:21

BUSINESS AUSTRALIA

May mga bagong alituntunin na itinatag may kaugnayan sa JobKeeper at taunang bakasyon, at naging sanhi ito ng pagtatalo sa pagitan ng mga amo at empleyado.
Alamin ang mga detalye dito at samantalahin ang libreng sanggunian ng negosyo na makukuha mo, partikular sa iyong industriya mula sa Business Australia.

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Nagsisimula ng bagong negosyo pagkatapos ng Coronavirus? Napakahalaga ng tamang pagsasaayos ng iyong negosyo, ikaw man ay solong negosyante, limitadong kompanya o mayroong kasosyo. Mag-click dito para sa mga tip kabilang ang pagpaparehistro ng pangalan ng iyong negosyo, mga alituntunin sa pakikipag-ugnayan at ang kahalagahan ng nasusulat na mga kasunduan.
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Nalilito ka ba tungkol sa mga karapatan ng mga empleyado mo sa taunang bakasyon sa ilalim ng JobKeeper? Basahin ang mga pagbabago sa Fair Work Act kabilang ang kakayahan ng mga Negosyo na hilingin sa mga empleyado na kunin ang bayád na bakasyon at karagdagang taunang bakasyon sa kalahating bayad.
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Bilang resulta ng Coronavirus, alam mo ba na maaaring humiling ang negosyo mo mula sa iyong Council o Water Authority na bawasan o ipagpaliban ang iyong mga bayarin sa tubig? Sumali bilang libreng miyembro sa Business Australia para ma-download ang isang pamantayang liham na pwede mong kopyahin para gumawa ng kahilingan.

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Thursday, 11 June 2020 23:31

PAANYAYA

Thursday, 11 June 2020 23:29

MESSAGE FROM THE PRIME MINISTER

 


PHILIPPINE NATIONAL DAY 2020

An independent nation is founded on the spirit and ambition of its people, and I congratulate the Filipino Australian community as it celebrates 122 years of independence.

As the great Filipino patriot Jose Rizal once said:

‘He who does not know how to look back at where he came from will never get to his destination.’

Today the Filipino community in Australia is both strong and vibrant. We are home to 270,000 people of Filipino heritage — our country’s fifth-largest diaspora — and next year we will celebrate 75 years of formal diplomatic ties.

For both countries, we are proud of the breadth and depth of our relationship.

The Filipino community has contributed to Australian society across all fields of endeavour, and in fostering the relationships of multicultural harmony. Your achievements in business, education and community involvement are something in which you can all take pride.

While the COVID-19 global health pandemic means we cannot gather together to celebrate as we have in the past, we can do so in spirit.

On this national day, we honour the nation and people of the Philippines. We acknowledge the long-standing friendship between our free peoples. May it continue to grow and flourish in the years ahead.

The Hon Scott Morrison MP
Prime Minister of Australia

 

Crown Institute of Higher Education (CIHE) has announced a 2.5 million-dollar
financial support package to assist CIHE students during this period of financial
hardship. This commitment to CIHE students recognises the impact of the
Coronavirus pandemic on the lives of all international students in Australia.
Chairman of the CIHE Board of Directors, Emeritus Professor John Gray said, “We
are doing this as part of our corporate social responsibility and our abiding
commitment to safeguard the wellbeing of our international students.”
CIHE’s principal shareholder Mr. Deepak Khadka said “We also hope that this
commitment provides reassurance to our students’ families that they are in caring
hands.”
The announced Relief and Recovery Financial Hardship Fund includes measures for
both personal and financial support.
CIHE has reduced fees dramatically by 17% for all currently enrolled students. To
provide for students who are in special need, CIHE will provide a cash gift of up to
$500. To access this gift, students need only apply, providing documentation that
substantiates their claims of hardship.
Fee payment terms have been made more friendly. Students can pay fortnightly or
even weekly and CIHE has waived the usual installment-administration and late-
payment fees. This will enable students to continue studying without needing to find
the whole semester’s fee up front.
Further reducing the need to find a large payment is the decision to allow students to
enroll in only three subjects in Semester 2, reducing by 25% their total fee
commitment though the worst period of the virus.
There is also a generous scholarship program, the Dean’s Award, for students who
can maintain steady progress, which provides a discount on fees of up to a further
15% on top of the other discounts, depending on the students’ track record of
achievement.

Crown Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT) has announced a $400,000 Financial Support Package to assist CIBT students during this period of financial hardship. This commitment is an addition to the recent announcement made on 22 April 2020 of the $2.5 million support for higher education (Crown Institute of Higher Education) students. This commitment to CIBT students recognises the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic has on the lives of all International Students in Australia.

CEO of CIBT, Mr Deepak Khadka said “It is our corporate social responsibility to be by our students in this difficult time. We also hope that this commitment provides reassurance to our students’ families that they are in caring hands.”
CIBT has reduced Tuition Fees dramatically by 15% for Term 2 2020 and is waiving all the late and instalment fee for Term 2 2020 Payment for all currently enrolled students. Fee payment terms have been made more friendly. Students can pay fortnightly or even weekly.
“CIBT also provides a range of personal support, counselling services and assistance with job seeking in industries that are currently less affected by COVID-19, giving students an opportunity to regain employment” said RTO Manager, Mr. Narayan Tiwari.
The safety and welfare of the students are our utmost priority and we are doing everything we can to support them during this COVID-19 pandemic.

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