Is it necessary for an employer to change casual employees to permanent status if their work becomes regular and systematic?View full question and responses
If an employee uses their E-tag for personal use and the employer has not agreed to cover the cost of that personal use, can the employer deduct the value of that personal use from the employee’s wages? If not, can the employer issue the employee with an invoice to repay the value of the personal use?View full question and responses
I have a shiftworker who works 32 hours per week and regularly works ordinary hours on a Saturday and Sunday. How many days of annual leave is the employee entitled to per year?View full question and responses
Our 'Recruitment Stage 5 – Attracting candidates' article has been updated to include further information about avoiding discrimination in the recruitment process and what should be included in a position application form.
The Superannuation Guarantee legislation requires employers to make minimum superannuation contributions on behalf of their full-time, part-time and casual employees with some exceptions.
The Paid Parental Leave Act 2010 (PPL Act) implements a Government-funded, paid parental leave scheme applicable to eligible primary carers who have or adopt a child.
Outlining the key stages of the recruitment process
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