A collection of blogs offering insight into the area’s in which we assist businesses and individuals with on a day to day basis. Namely; Investigation, Business Risk Management, Litigation Support, Debt Collection and Cash Management.
These blogs provide a starting point for business owners to assess their business and become familiar with common business mistakes, pitfalls and their solutions.
If you are unsure as to the right solution for you this page is a fantastic starting point to gather ideas on how Complete Corporate Services can assist you.
CCS Partners with JT Academy.
As a result of our partnership with the JT Academy, CCS has been given the opportunity to employ and work with Ms. Brooke Hornery, a JTWOMENTOLEAD member.
WARNING – INCREASED CYBER SECURITY THREAT
On 22nd April 2020 Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) reported a large spike in cyber threats that were disguised via COVIT-19 emails. It was reported that over a dozen of the groups going this are overseas Government backed..
Media sources have reported that a 29 year old man has been killed in a workplace incident in South Australia.
Domestic and Family Violence
The QLD Police have created a new online contact method for those experiencing Family and Domestic Violence.
Workplace bullying and harassment
Scott Sattler discusses instances of workplace bullying, harassment, and the lax controls that can allow for it to flourish..
Stealing Clients On The Rise
Scott Sattler discusses Corporate Betrayal, the act of employees leaving to start-up rival enterprise with the intention of stealing clients and/or talented colleagues. This article highlights the increasingly common place Corporate Betrayal has taken in the modern corporate landscape, how it is affecting business’s and how to protect your business/interests.
Important Changes To Whistleblower Legislation
On 20 February 2019, The Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Act 2019 was passed by the House of Representatives and became law on 1 July 2019. It provides further whistleblower protection amendments to the Corporations Act.
Public companies and large business must have a Whistleblower Policy by 1 January 2020.
Amendments now create further protection for Whistleblowers, whether anonymous or not, their family members and suppliers.
There are significant fines associated with noncompliance, including compensation for detrimental conduct towards Whistleblowers.
How a Hotline Can Assist Your Business
The old adage, “Information is Power” is probably never been more relevant than it is for today’s CEOs and Company Directors. With increases in Litigation and Regulatory Compliance Enforcement, along with Internal Corporate Security issues, you can’t you afford to leave these issues to middle managers, who, by nature and tradition, will keep these issues away from you…..until it is too late, and when they have lost control of them.
A step in the write direction is to implement a “whistleblower service.” This has a myriad of benefits explored throughout this article that assist with business risk management.
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