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How COVID is affecting the visa holder workforce in Australia

We’ve been eagerly monitoring the Department of Home Affairs visa statistics page for the half-year 2021 numbers to be published. Sadly we continue to wait. But whilst we do, we found stats for 31 May 2021 on the Data.gov.au site. What we were looking for was to correlate what we’re seeing via our website traffic

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Doing a Visa Check in vSure versus VEVO

Manual Visa Checks
We are often asked what the differences are between doing a visa check in vSure versus doing a visa check using the Department of Home Affairs’ VEVO system. The top 9 differences between VEVO and vSure visa checks are summarised below: 1. Compliance = more than just VEVO visa checks Employers have the obligation to

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VLog: Single Touch Payroll and the implications on employee work rights

As a follow-up to his recent article on Single-Touch Payroll, in this 3 minute video, Matt talks about STP and the implications of the ATO’s Data Sharing Program on the Department of Home Affairs’ ability to automate audits of Australian

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Single Touch Payroll & Employee Work Rights

Single Touch Payroll is coming July 1, 2018 (less than 5 weeks from now), sees the introduction of Single Touch Payroll in Australia for companies with 20 or more employees. Ultimately STP is about the ATO having timely access to data on paid employees. Typically the ATO has only been getting information on employees pays,

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