LMT Tightens for Aussie employers
The Australian Labour Market Testing has gotten a lot tougher for employers who have been relying on skilled migrants forRead more.
Grant applications open for Victorian businesses
In recognition of the restrictions placed on Victorian businesses there is a range of Victorian Government support programs available for some of ourRead more.
AABD still operating during stage 4!
Story of the week While Victoria faces an unprecedented surge in Corona cases, many states such as South Australia have goneRead more.
Major setback to regional Australia as migration drops due to COVID
The Coronavirus pandemic has reduced overseas migration behind 26 per cent of regional population growth nationally. Certain places such as New England and RiverinaRead more.
Struggling to settle your employee’s visa situation?
During this year, we have faced a chain of unprecedented events that has left a trail of adversity for many.Read more.
Australian healthcare sector struggling to find workers
The Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF) has indicated a demand for nurses – with some calls for retired staff to return toRead more.
Renaissance for regional businesses
Australia might be going through a recession, but that has not fully stopped many ambitious,determined companies and business owners. ManyRead more.
Government’s $60 Billion Jobkeeper error might help struggling tourism sector
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has taken responsibility for a $60 Billion underspent jobkeeper wage subsidy error that had reduced the valueRead more.
Cafes and Restaurants in Victoria opening soon!
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews had announced that all cafes, pubs and restaurants will be opening for business. The opening dateRead more.
AABD’s fight amid COVID-19
What makes AABD so unique is that it has helped a large number of migrant workers across the globe findRead more.