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  1. 17_0073_ORIC-yearbook-2016-17_v1-3_72dpi_ALL.pdf

    written permission from the Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC). Requests ... of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC). Requests and inquiries about reproduction and rights should be addressed ... Wales; back: Bula Bula Arts Aboriginal Corporation, Ramingining, Northern Territory. Inside cover image:

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2016–17

    Created: 6 February 2018

  2. Members

    the corporation is run, including who its directors are, how it spends its money, and how it manages the services ... Membership is powerful Corporations have a legal identity and if they have assets, those belong ... to the corporation. But members own the corporation. They make important decisions, usually at meetings, about how

    Created: 23 January 2018

  3. Employees

    of full-time equivalent (FTE) employees of each corporation. Figure 19: Total number of employees at the top ... 500 corporations, 2007–08 to 2015–16 Together, at the end of 2015–16 the top 500 corporations had ... corporations have counted and reported their employees, such as corporations with subsidiaries changing

    Created: 17 November 2017

  4. Profitability

    Inclusion in the top 500 is determined by income. Not all corporations in the top 500 make ... corporations are not-for-profit corporations so this report focuses largely on income. Profit or surplus cannot ... of such corporations is quite different. Their aim is not to generate profit or wealth but to use their resources

    Created: 17 November 2017

  5. Pilbara

    in Australia.[4] In this year’s top 500 there are 21 corporations that are based in the Pilbara, which is part ... of the Greater Western Australia region. Figure 11 suggests corporations located in the Pilbara area appear ... corporations was virtually identical to the average national income of the top 500 corporations. However, from

    Created: 17 November 2017

  6. Minister for Indigenous Affairs: Another indicator of the Indigenous corporate sector’s strength

    of the Indigenous corporate sector’s strength Release date: 31 October 2017 Statistics released today on external ... administration appointments to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations indicate the strength ... the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act) began, we have seen significant

    Media Release | Created: 1 November 2017

  7. Induction matters

    and stimulate growth. But how do you ensure that the growth – of the corporation and the new person – is easy ... and Parent Centre Marninwarntikura Fitzroy Women's Resource Centre runs a studio to support women ... to turn their art practice into a source of income. The corporation was a finalist in the 2016 Indigenous

    Created: 22 January 2018

  8. Case study

    don’t stop at affordable housing and aged care. The corporation also runs all kinds of events ... Case study: Winnam Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Corporation WINNAM A WINNER IN SOCIAL ... volunteers got together to establish a corporation. The aim was to help provide affordable housing

    Top 500 report section | Created: 29 May 2017

  9. Perth

    shares a story of a strong corporation that turned a challenge into an opportunity. Arthur Hyde, regional ... manager Yorgum Aboriginal Corporation is a large corporation that provides a range of family support ... wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. In August 2016 ORIC looked into the corporation

    Yearbook section | Created: 20 December 2017

  10. General manager

    JOB ADVERTISEMENT Demed Aboriginal Corporation Based in Gunbalanya (aka Oenpelli, near ... Kakadu/Western Arnhem Land, three hours from Darwin), Demed Aboriginal Corporation is an independent Commonwealth ... of corporate governance principles and contemporary approaches to financial management and reporting. Previous

    Created: 19 February 2018