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Now Actually simplifying the new business employment framework

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Now Actually is an outsourced Human Resources company supporting businesses to manage the complex and ever changing employment framework in Australia.

Working across all industries, we provide practical, easy to understand information that allows our clients to focus on their business knowing that the people component is taken care of.

They work with clients to support their HR needs; this involves the employment lifecycle from hire to fire and everything in between. It involves reviewing the people structure, business processes and legislative compliance with a focus on strategic advice.

Now Actually understands that no two businesses are the same which is why we tailor the support to the business needs. Flexibility is a must, adaptability is key. Whether the business is just starting out or is established, the broad experience that Now Actually can offer means that clients get creative solutions tailored to them.

As an agile and adaptive business, they do not have a one solution fits all approach. Their support, advice and strategies are implemented with clients input and are tailored to their requirements at that particular time. They aim to understand the long term vision of the business and what that means from a people perspective.

Engaging in outsourced HR support will provide Management with confidence and assurance that compliance and best practice is delivered. Now Actually provide independent support that is needed in today’s modern workplace. They are professionals with practical advice. What works in one business, may not work in another business. They acknowledge this and adjust their approach accordingly. People are fickle in nature, and as such they are adaptable to the not only the business but the people within it. Flexibility is their greatest asset. They like to work collaboratively and inclusively but most of all, they want to work with people that want to work with them. They are lifelong learners who seek to grow not only as individuals but as a team.

For more information, head to their website.

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Sudan in chaos as troops move to avoid civil war

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Protests continue in the country after the military takeover

Following a military coup in Sudan, the coup general says his troops had to act swiftly to avoid a civil war in the country.

Sudan’s Prime Minister is also currently residing at the general’s home “for his own safety” and will be able to return to his residence soon.

Meanwhile, protests are continuing throughout the country’s capital… with roads, bridges and shops all forced to close.

There are also reports that at least 10 people have died as a result of the violence so far.

The general says “the dangers he witnessed last week could have led the country into civil war”.

He continued, adding “the prime minister was at his house but we feared that he will be harmed”.

The leader dissolved civilian rule, arrested several political leaders and has declared a state of emergency.

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Beirut protest – at least six people dead

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Gunfire erupted into the crowd that was protesting against the judge leading the probe into the Beirut port blast

A protest in the Lebanese capital of Beirut has resulted in chaos.

Two Shia muslim groups were protesting against the judge investigating last year’s port blast.

Allegedly, gunfire broke out from Christian snipers of the Lebanese Forces, killing at least six people and injuring 32 others.

The inquiry into the explosion that killed 219 people has been a source of huge tension within the country.

The protestors believe the judge to be biased as no one has yet been held accountable for the 2020 disaster.

Lebanon President addressed the demonstrators, saying they “will not allow anyone to take the country hostage to their own interests”.

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U.S opens borders to vaccinated travellers from Mexico, Canada

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The US is opening its borders to Canada and Mexico for vaccinated travellers

The U.S will lift restrictions at its land borders with Canada and Mexico for fully vaccinated foreign nationals in early November.

The announcement ends historic curbs on non-essential travelers, put in place since March 2020 to address the COVID-19 pandemic.

The border closure will lift in November after a 19 month ban that was enforced at the beginning of the pandemic.

Unvaccinated travellers are excluded from this change and will be unable to cross the borders with Mexico or Canada.

Senator Chuck Schumer says US President Joe Biden has done “the right thing” by opening up the border, and allowing families to re-unite.

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in a statement the administration next month “will begin allowing travelers from Mexico and Canada who are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 to enter the United States for non-essential purposes, including to visit friends and family or for tourism, via land and ferry border crossings.”

The new rules are similar but not identical to planned requirements announced last month for international air travellers.

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