28 May Help everyone in your establishment complete the Census May 28, 2021 By Jenny Le June21 Newsletter 0 The next Census will be held on Tuesday 10 August 2021. Your help is required to ensure each person staying in your establishment on this date completes a Census form. The information collected in the Census is used to inform important decisions about transport, schools, health care, infrastructure and business. It also helps plan local services for individuals, families and communities. Here’s what will happen A Census staff member will contact you shortly – you can identify them by their Australian Bureau of Statistics identification card. Together, we will get ready to ensure everyone staying at your establishment on Census night completes a form. This will include organising a representative of your organisation to act on behalf of the Australian Bureau of Statistics and: undergo up to one hour of training supply people with forms collect completed forms from people follow up with people who have not returned or completed their form provide administrative data where residents (e.g. patients) are unable to complete a form. All Census activities will be undertaken in accordance with the Census COVIDSafe Management Plan. Our field staff will provide more information about the Census and what is required. Alternatively, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with: contact name contact details (phone and email) establishment name and address whether the establishment will be operational during the Census. Related Articles Labor plan to boost hotels by helping them stand up to online booking giants Small hotels would be able to advertise online cheap room rates without fear of being punished by web behemoths under a plan Labor says will reduce the financial squeeze facing the tourism sector. Key Strategies Help Hotels Boost F&B Profit When it comes to the food-and-beverage arena, its not always easy to understand the value and impact of a single dollar. To generate profits, hoteliers need to spend money the right way. Why ‘Going Digital’ Isn’t a Reality for Many Australian Small Businesses Is your small business facing big challenges when trying to go digital? Inside this article, Despina talks about some of the biggest obstacles that small businesses face, why they can't be ignored any longer, and what you can do as a limited-resource business to turn up your marketing and give your larger competitors a run for their money. The New Modern at Crowne Plaza Melbourne Unveiled in early December as the city opens for visiting locals and interstate guests, Crowne Plaza Melbourne’s extensive transformation is now complete across all 432 guestrooms and suites, new restaurant and bar outlets, public areas, conference and meeting facilities, rooftop pool and fitness centre. Digital Driver Licence Checker Readiness Survey As we move closer to the statewide rollout of the Digital Driver Licence, Service NSW requires you to share the below survey with your network. The purpose of the survey is to highlight any knowledge gaps we need to address in order to ensure checkers in NSW can confidently check and accept the digital licence. Flood disaster recovery small business grant now available The NSW Government is helping businesses to rebuild and recover in the aftermath of the recent NSW storms and floods with the launch of a new Flood Disaster Recovery Small Business Grant. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.