The Tasmanian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (TACC) has served the automotive industry in Tasmania since 1928.

There had always been a long standing and mutually supportive relationship between TACC and the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce (VACC).

TACC successfully lobbied state government on behalf of members for many years, but times were changing and in 1999 TACC and VACC were amalgamated. This merger offered members a more diverse range of services, while still maintaining a Tasmanian perspective on local issues.

Today we are dedicated to the promotion, representation and preservation of member businesses to local, state and federal governments, as well as the media, consumers and the community.

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Coronavirus: Second JobKeeper member forum announced

10 July 2020

The Australian Government has indicated the JobKeeper program will cease at the end of September 2020 and, at this point, there is no indication continued grant funding will be available to the auto industry. Therefore, it is important members have a plan for the future.

Due to unprecedented demand, a second Decisions for Employers when JobKeeper ends member forum will be conducted on Wednesday, 15 July 2020.

Date: Wednesday, 15 July
Time: 11am – 12pm
RSVP here

Limited spots available, members must RSVP to secure their place and receive the Zoom link.

Key topics to be covered:
• Managing staff numbers
• Preparing the workplace for the return to work post COVID-19
• How to manage payroll, leave accruals, apprentice payments.

Facilitated by VACC CEO, Geoff Gwilym, attending members will hear from VACC Workplace specialists Gabriella Marton – Senior Workplace Lawyer; Rob Martin – Senior IR Advisor; and Andrea Chwalko – Payroll, HR and JobKeeper specialist.

VACC responses will be based on the current information that is available, however members should be aware the government can, and is likely to, change the parameters of JobKeeper as it nears its conclusion in September.

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