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  • Havencab close shave – for a good cause

    Sign up your workplace for World’s Greatest Shave! Frank did it to raise money for leukaemia research! World’s Greatest Shave is good for business! World’s Greatest Shave is lots of laughs and great for team building. It doesn’t stop here! You can keep asking people to sponsor you right up until June 30, so keep up the great work....

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  • How do you feel when you win an award?

    It’s a great feeling isn’t it? We hope you can imagine how we at Havencab Integrated Facilities Services feel after winning the award for Strata Services Business of the Year award as well as earning a Highly Commended for the Professional Commitment to Ethics and Service award at the CHU Strata Community Awards. It is such an honour to be recognised by...

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  • Lowest paid workers ripped off

    Low-paid cleaners working for subcontractors in the commercial cleaning industry across Australia have been ripped off for thousands of dollars in wages and entitlements, workplace investigations have found. The short-changed cleaners have been employed to work at several major big business sites by subcontractors who pay them flat hourly wages and ...

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  • How to tend not take: corporate social responsibility

    Corporate social responsibility is now a vital part of any business, but can your company afford to give $4 million a week to good causes like Target does? Most likely the answer is no, but the good news is that you don’t have to! By supporting any good cause in your community, you provide important factors that not only pay dividends to your business but...

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  • Real estate agents push into strata management

    Increasing numbers of real estate agents are looking to strata management as a means to diversify their income over coming years as the real estate market cools and demand for strata management increases in response to massive volumes of new unit and apartment stock which are expected to hit capital city markets over the next two years (Andrew Heaton, Sour...

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