Interactive Step-by-Step Guides
Friday, May 22, 2009/
The Victorian Government is committed to providing quick, no-nonsense answers and information to support business growth. Whether you are recruiting staff, expanding operations, looking to export or find business events, Business Victoria has a range of tools tailored to your specific business needs. The services can be accessed via the web, over the phone or in person.
Interactive Step-by-Step guides provide assistance for a range of business issues including general business management, cash flow, obtaining finance, exporting, employing people and more. Go to:
The Frequently Asked Questions service is designed to offer one place for businesses to ask questions (online or by phone) rather than searching across many websites or calling numerous phone numbers. Go to:
www.business.vic.gov.au, then choose “FAQs” from the top banner.
Access a range of HR tools and templates to assist with the entire recruitment process, including position descriptions, job advertisements, reference checks, HR manuals and staff productivity calculators. Go to:
www.business.vic.gov.au then choose “Tools and Templates”.
Find the right contact for a particular topic such as maternity leave, employment of children or obtaining a second-hand dealer’s licence. Go to:
www.business.vic.gov.au then choose “Contacts” from the top banner.
Find information on all government licences, permits, registrations and codes of practice required for your business. Go to:
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