Paramedicine officially becomes a nationally regulated profession on 1 December 2018, meaning all paramedics must register with the Paramedicine Board of Australia to protect their status.
There is no domestic gas shortage to worry about according to the Australian Energy Market Operator, which informed the market in a recent 2018 outlook that the east coast shortfall feared in 2017 had been successfully averted.
Turning a client’s workplace safety culture around has earned the Gallagher Workplace Risk team inclusion as a finalist in the Excellence in Improving Employer Performance category of the 2018 icare Care & Service Excellence Awards.
Eighteen of Gallagher Perth's team members have committed to complete a gruelling obstacle course on Saturday 27 October in order to raise funds for the Soldier On charity.
The Chinese-led charge into insurance by Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent in 2017 has spurred other tech giants to consider providing digital solutions to online consumers, compelling incumbent insurers to adopt insurtech strategies.
As effective at juggling multiple professional relationships and requirements as a multi-armed IT goddess, Gallagher Application Development and Business Intelligence Manager Vanessa Gomes is highly popular both within the business and with external vendors.
Gallagher has launched a specialist Food Production practice as the risks associated with the sector become increasingly complex.
Gallagher has been recognised in the 2018 Forbes ‘World Best Employer’ 2000 listing, the only insurance broker to achieve this distinction.
Having the right farm insurance program can make the difference between your farm surviving in the face of a challenge or going out of business for good.
The Gallagher 90th anniversary year of employees volunteering their time for a charitable cause with a goal of 90,000 hours has ended – and the company achieved 112,706 employee hours in total.
Gallagher's Newcastle-based Area Director Mark Bramley found a unique way to support hard-hit farming communities - dying his silver hair blond and raising more than $1100 for the cause.
Bentleigh Greens are targeting a little slice of history in tonight's FFA Cup semi-final against Adelaide United, aiming to become the first Member Federation side to reach the final.
It’s National Safe Work Month so take a look around – how safe is your place of work? And what can you do about it?
Consumers are bamboozled by choice when it comes to selecting an insurance policy, a recent study shows. Given all the relevant information, too many people still make bad decisions.
The Northern Territory government made a landmark decision in April to lift its 18-month blanket ban on hydraulic fracturing, after findings from an independent scientific inquiry showed the risks of the industry could be mitigated, reduced or avoided.
The world is watching the first European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) action against a non-EU company – a test case with global implications.
Insolvency is a difficult and demanding area, and one that National Manager – Insolvency and Turnaround Andrea Hyslop is passionate about, bringing her considerable energy and drive to helping clients make the right decisions.
The vast majority of providers in the disability service sector cares deeply about providing clients with respect, dignity and quality of life, but the vulnerability of some clients can lead to risk: from neglect to physical and sexual abuse.
The renewable energy surge in Australia continues, with the most recent Australia Institute’s 2018 quarterly Emissions Audit reporting grid energy such as hydro, wind and solar added to rooftop solar accounts for 25.6% of the August national electricity market.
A recent Federal Court ruling finding a casual truck driver entitled to annual leave highlights the importance of ensuring employment of casual staff is legally compliant and adequately protects their interests.