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There’s no snow, egg nog or Christmas jumpers, but we wouldn’t swap an Aussie Christmas for anything. We use Christmas time to spend the afternoon at the beach, take a dip in the pool and enjoy the long summer nights. Whilst many traditions orginate from England, there are a few notable differences. Christmas Food & Drink Many Australians will still cook a “traditional” UK-style roast turkey or ham with all the trimmings. However, due to the heat, alternatives such as delicio
Volatility in sales prices in Sydney and Melbourne and greater stability in other State Capitals. Rental stability across the country except for Perth. What does this mean for employers relocating staff interstate to Sydney and Melbourne? In our August Client Alert we commented that Sydney and Melbourne rents have shown stability in recent years despite significant price increases. In other State Capitals sales price increases have been much lower as the table below illustra
The Governments of Australia and China have introduced major changes to business visa regulations in 2017. In this webinar, visa professionals from Reloc8 Asia Pacific partners in Australia (Sue Stinson from Woodhams Relocation Centre) and China (Shelley Warner from Asia Pacific Access) provided expert commentary on these important changes. They also covered the implications and risk areas for employers and their staff, particularly with regards to relocation. Click here to l
In April 2017 the Federal Government announced major changes to the business visa regime. These changes are being introduced over time, through to 2018. The immediate restrictions on senior management roles caused consternation for many businesses. Under the new rules these were mostly restricted to 2-year visas, with one renewal, and no option of a longer stay or conversion to permanent residence. Furthermore, multi-national businesses were effectively prevented from starti