We can help your business with:
Business in the Central West
- gaining a voice at local, regional, state and federal levels of government, through the lobbying power of the NSW Business Chamber
- industrial relations advice, including assistance with wage rates, penalties, staff issues and calculating entitlements
- occupational health & safety (OHS/WHS) compliance
- keeping you up-to-date with your workplace obligations via educational seminars
- marketing advice and support
- international trade assistance (research, funding and documentation)
- In 2007 there were 17,796 small businesses in the Central West of NSW.
- Just over 80% had employee numbers of 4 or less.
Source: ABS Regional Statistics
The Western NSW Business Chamber has taken the pledge to be a ‘Supportive Employer’ with Defence Reserves Support (DRS).
By signing the pledge, the Western NSW Business Chamber agrees to the aims and objectives of DRS which embraces a supportive position for any employee that chooses to become involved as a voluntary member of the Australian Defence services.
We have also agreed to pass relevant collateral onto business members to enlighten them to employer benefits as well as the character building opportunities for their staff.
New Graduate Certificate in Small Business Management
NSW Business Chamber in the Murray-Riverina and Central West Orana regions are proud to support Charles Sturt University’s new online course that has been designed to offer small business operators an opportunity to enhance existing knowledge with tailored education in small business management.
This course provides industry-focused, flexible graduate studies for small business owners or managers. It is specifically designed to help small business operator’s gain the management knowledge and skills required to run and grow their business.
The Graduate Certificate in Small Business Management will provide industry-focused, flexible graduate studies. Online subjects include marketing, human resources, strategy plus one elective subject.
Online study gives you the flexibility to study with minimal disruption to your business.
Why not try it out by enrolling in one subject to begin?
Course fees may be tax deductible. Contact the Australian Tax Office or consult an independent tax accountant for advice.
For more information go to www.csu.edu.au/smallbiz.