Lion bans salary questions for job applicants

Lion bans salary questions for job applicants - Yonder Australia

Lion Co has become one of the first companies to ban questions to job candidates about their salary history in an effort to tackle the gender pay gap. The brewer, which owns brands Boags, James Squire and Hahn, announced on Monday that it had scrubbed salary questions from its job applications and officially banned...

Attracting High Achievers To Teaching

Attracting High Achievers To Teaching - Yonder Australia

Australia’s top teachers should be able to earn $80,000 a year more, and top school-leavers should get $10,000-a-year scholarships if they take up teaching, as part of a $1.6 billion blueprint to boost teacher quality and student performance. The reform package could double the number of high achievers who choose to become teachers, and...

Beyond Australia’s Most Liveable Cities

Beyond Australia’s Most Liveable Cities - Yonder Australia

Four of Australia’s capital cities, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Adelaide are ranked in the world’s top 20 live-able cities according to the Economist magazine and are often the focus for those moving to Australia. However, as the Government begins to put more focus on migration to regional areas and while living in the various state capitals has its attractions,...

Navigating the Health Requirements for Australian Visas

Yonder Navigating the Health Requirements for Australian Visas

Most people applying for Australian visas are required to satisfy prescribed health requirements which are intended to protect the Australian community from health threats while safeguarding access of Australians to health care and community services as well as public expenditure on those services. To satisfy the health requirements, a visa applicant will generally need to...

The LATEST NEWS about Australia’s new regional visas

The LATEST NEWS about Australia’s new regional visas - yonder Australia

The Australian Government has announced significant changes to the General Skilled Migration and Employer Sponsored visa programs for the 2019/2020 program year. The Department of Home Affairs has re-balanced the program to prioritise migrants willing to move to regional Australia, under the new regional visas. New regional visas to Australia