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The State Government have mandated all businesses must develop and abide by a Code of Practice in relation to COVID-19. Our colleagues at Master Electricians Australia have developed a Code of Practice specifically for the electrical industry. This resource has been designed to assist electrical...

Looking for work in the electrical sector? Or looking for your next employee? Master Electricians Australia has just launched Job Circle, an electrical industry specific job board designed to connect electrical contractors with job seekers within the industry. Use of the Job Circle board is free to...

The Federal Government 50% Wage Subsidy still Available for Recommencing Apprentices + Trainees Thinking about employing an out-of-trade apprentice or trainee? Under the current apprenticeship wage subsidy, businesses that employ an out of trade apprentice or trainee may be eligible for the 50% Wage Subsidy. This is...

The Advancing Apprentices Fund initiative is proudly funded by the Queensland Government. In partnership with Master Electricians Australia and the Queensland Government, The Add Staff Group is proud to announce the official launch of the Advancing Apprenticeships program at the MEA, North Queensland awards night in...

As part of the 2018 Electrical Safety Week, the Electrical Safety Office is currently rolling out Apprentice Electrical Safety Forums at the following locations across Queensland: Townsville, 10 September 2018 Bracken Ridge, 11 September 2018 Rockhampton, 12 September 2018 Acacia Ridge, 13 September 2018 and ...

We are thrilled to announce that Darryl Kenchington, from Adtech Electrical Solutions, has taken home a Master Electricians’ Excellence Award, winning the Legrand Apprentice of the Year SA. Master Electrical CEO, Malcolm Richards with Apprentice Darryl Kenchington, Add Staff Apprentice Mentor Nadia Holt and Luke Adcock...

Important news for Employers of Australian Apprentices and Trainees There are some exciting and significant changes happening that directly affect businesses who employ trainees and/or apprentices. 1. Pay rise for Apprentices and Trainees The Fair Work Commission has announced a 3.5% increase to minimum wages to be actioned from the first full...

Over the past 12 months Add Staff have been focusing on our passion, helping businesses grow and building a stronger industry for the future. This includes keeping our clients educated about any Government grants available to support the strategic growth of their team. Since July 2017...