Recent cases demonstrate that companies should immediately perform a comprehensive audit of trade practices compliance programs to ensure they are up to date, effectively implemented and well resourced. Paying lip service to compliance no longer works. Not only is it likely to result in contraventions but those contraventions are now likely to result in substantial fines, adverse publicity and legal costs.
This article explains the changes and what you need to do to ensure your company complies with those changes.
Read the full article in Keeping Good Companies, September 2011
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