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  1. EXAMPLE_CEO_NSWPositiondesc.doc

    Representing NSWALC in a variety of settings, including public forums and government meetings and external ... committees, boards and councils. Actively engaging in high level public policy development and advocacy.

    Available at: CEO

    Created: 13 June 2013

  2. PS-08 Corporation names_v7-0.pdf

    5 • in the opinion of the Registrar it is:- undesirable or- likely to be offensive to members of the public ... or members of any section of the public. • the name contains one of the following restricted words, phrases ... Undesirable or offensive to members of the public 2.15 In determining whether a name is undesirable

    Available at: PS-08 Corporation names

    Created: 14 June 2013

  3. Guide_PerfMngmt-FedSystem_ORIC.pdf

    M anaging performanceNovember 2010 Hardworking and happy employees may become demoralised if they see other

    Available at: Managing Performance

    Created: 28 June 2013

  4. 1999-2000annrpt_prelim.pdf

    it exceedingly difficult, if not impossible, to sustain the drive to improve the public accountability ... of the Office of the Registrar’s website 26 Media relations/public affairs 26 Consultation 27 Chapter 5 – Client ... Overview 40- Rule approvals 41 Searches 42 Annual general meeting extensions 42 Public officer appointments

    Available at: ORAC annual report 1999–2000

    Created: 14 June 2013

  5. Yearbook2005-06_2_review_6pp.pdf

    training and public information. This is achieved through our one- on-one sessions with corporations, our ... also publish our unique information about Indigenous corporations on the online Public Register (see p. ... underway, involving radio campaigns, publications, information sessions, presentations, training workshops,

    Available at: ORAC yearbook 2005–06

    Created: 13 June 2013

  6. Yearbook2005-06_4_clients_10pp.pdf

    1 show, and are publicly funded. However, some generate substantial private income— for example, ... assets that were funded publicly and are now held privately by the corporations. See Figure 6 and Table ... of public funds include a wide range of Australian Government agencies and state/territory agencies,

    Available at: ORAC yearbook 2005–06

    Created: 13 June 2013

  7. Yearbook2006-07_4_outlook+attachments_42pp.pdf

    details’, then use the search options on the ‘Search the public Register of Indigenous Corporations’ page. ... ts Small and medium size corporations that receive public funding • Is the corporation’s gross income ... 10 6 5 4 6 9 Post incorporation services Public register searches Search requests received 135 177

    Available at: ORIC yearbook 2006–07

    Created: 13 June 2013

  8. 1999-2000annrpt_content.pdf

    of Aboriginal corporations, the business community and the public in the credibility of incorporated Aboriginal ... 1999-2000 included Applications for Incorporation (192), Notices of Public Officer Appointments (282), ... applications for incorporation and subsequent changes to names, objects and rules; • maintain public registers

    Available at: ORAC annual report 1999–2000

    Created: 14 June 2013

  9. Guide_Termination-SmalBus-FedSystem_ORIC.pdf

    Small business employers Termination of employment – Sm all business employersNovember 2010 This guide ... would have been working under (if they had been employed before 1 January 2010) in order to be able

    Available at: Termination of employment—small business employers

    Created: 28 June 2013

  10. Yearbook2004-05_6_Performance.pdf

    and applications for review of decisions are growing in number and complexity each year. Corporate publications ... to the Department’s annual report. These publications are available at www.orac.gov.au. As previously mentioned, ORAC ... is increasing as the number of corporations with email and Internet access continues to grow. The Public

    Available at: ORAC yearbook 2004–05

    Created: 13 June 2013

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