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How small businesses should plan for Australia Day

How small businesses should plan for Australia Day

Employsure Senior Employment Relations Adviser Jonathan Wilson offers some pointers for small businesses as Australia Day approaches.

Mr Wilson says the biggest issue they face on public holidays is “balancing competing priorities”. He identifies these as cashflow, customer expectations and managing staff, among others.

“For small business owners, public holidays can mean changes in customer and staff behaviour,” he said. “These issues can have an increased impact on a business on what is an already busy time of year.

“It’s important that business owners and employers prepare and forecast for their business needs.

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