What are You Doing?

Due to the recent bargain basement price for membership that another representative body has offered, the LPOG has been increasingly asked if we can match this offer.

In order to save Licensees and LPOG valuable time and resources, this article provides a brief overview of LPOG and our strategic view of Licensees choices in regard to their representation.

In short, no we cannot match POAALs offer.

Why?  Essentially you get what you pay for. The quality of your business decisions will determine the quality of your business outcomes. You’re welcome to set your own level. 

A Most Concerning Thing......

Last week many Licensees, (not many LPOG members, mostly POAAL members, and Licensees holding mail contacts it seems) received the standard request for Public Liability certificates, but for your future year's insurance cover, to be supplied by 6 June, 2018.

So someone within Australia Post is telling Licensees to pay your Public Liability insurance 6-7 weeks in advance, to provide them with a certificate 4 weeks before your existing policy is even close to expiring. 

LPOG has challenged the validity of this mail out, and whoever authorised this, and advised concerned Licensees to ignore the notice, and to renew their insurance, as and when it falls due, as is required under our agreements. 

Locked Bag Payment Error

Just a heads up if you have Locked Bags attached to your office, your annual payment is incorrect. Most LPOs have been overpaid, but a few have been underpaid for your locked bag payment.

Post is just about to make the annual phones calls in relation to the annual incorrect POB payments, to let you know if you are in the bunch, and to sort out the recovery of the overpayment.

LPOG Submission to Senate Inquiry - finally published

LPOG has made a submission to the Senate Inquiry in to The operation and effectiveness of the Franchising Code of Conduct.

https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Corporati...

Submission 73: LPOG on page 4 (took so long over some concerns of commercial in confidence content)

Submission 65: Aus Post - could benefit from a reality checker rather than a spell checker!

Submission 42: POAAL - ummm.............no comment!

Submissions will continue to be uploaded to the Parliamentary website over the next few days/weeks. Our submission is too large to be posted to our web site, as we would then suffer the same bandwidth issues that POOP gives us at work, but at home too, and all day is enough of spinning wheels! Once the LPOG submission is uploaded it will be listed here - https://www.aph.gov.au/Parliamentary_Business/Committees/Joint/Corporati....

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