Since our inception in Australia in 2012, our associates have given back to their communities. Some of the organisations that we have been honored to serve include, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research; Ronald McDonald House; and Riding to Cure Cancer.

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An important and enduring part of the Lockton story is our tradition of giving back to the communities in which we live and work, helping our people and communities reach their full potential, and empowering and inspiring our people and clients to be successful. These times are no different. In fact, globally Lockton's annual charitable contribution has surpassed US$5M. Like our global counterparts, Lockton Companies Australia, with the support of our associates, has proudly given back to communities since inception in 2012. Some of the organisations that we have been honoured to serve include:

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Amidst the ongoing discourse surrounding Victoria’s WorkCover Scheme Modernisation Act, attention has been drawn to what has been termed a "premium freeze”. But what does this term really mean? And how will the so-called premium freeze actually impact Victorian employers? In this arrticle, we explore these questions and provides valuable insights into what Victorian employers can actually expect at their upcoming workers' compensation renewal.The Victorian Workers' Compensation ‘Premium Freeze’: when a freeze is not a freeze

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The Fair Work Commission's decision to increase wages for aged care workers by up 28.5 per cent to is set to have a significant impact on the sector. From mitigating risks to navigating insurance challenges, we explore what we consider to be some of the key potential risk and insurance implications of the wage increases for aged care providers. Discover why leveraging the wage increases as a catalyst for positive change could enable aged care providers to strategically position themselves for long-term success amidst the sector's challenging landscape.The Fair Work Commission's decision to increase wages for aged care workers by up 28.5 per cent to is set to have a significant impact on the sector. From mitigating risks to navigating insurance challenges, we explore what we consider to be some of the key potential risk and insurance implications of the wage increases for aged care providers. Discover why leveraging the wage increases as a catalyst for positive change could enable aged care providers to strategically position themselves for long-term success amidst the sector's challenging landscape.

Dan Chapman rejoins Lockton’s Trade Credit, Surety and Political Risk team

Mr. Chapman was one of the founding members of Lockton Australia in 2012 and returns to the business having spent the past seven years running the Credit Solutions team for Aon in Australia which saw a four-fold increase during his tenure. Mr. Chapman was one of the founding members of Lockton Australia in 2012 and returns to the business having spent the past seven years running the Credit Solutions team for Aon in Australia which saw a four-fold increase during his tenure.

Product recall: mitigating against labelling and packaging errors

Errors in the labelling and packaging process are one of the main drivers of product recalls in the global food and drink sector. Where such events occur, their impacts for businesses can be devastating – including consumer harm, financial loss, and reputational damage. As regulation tightens around labelling and packaging, and with a worsening economic climate driving potential errors, businesses must take steps to ensure their processes are robust.Errors in the labelling and packaging process are one of the main drivers of product recalls in the global food and drink sector. Where such events occur, their impacts for businesses can be devastating – including consumer harm, financial loss, and reputational damage. As regulation tightens around labelling and packaging, and with a worsening economic climate driving potential errors, businesses must take steps to ensure their processes are robust.
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