Workplace Relations

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2nd June, 2016 · Workplace Relations Important to be proactive in addressing discrimination and harassment
The Anti Discrimination Act (the Act) puts an onus on all employers to ensure that none of their employees are discriminated against or harassed while at work. Furthermore, an employer can be held liable for...
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7th March, 2016 · Workplace Relations Federal government push to end superannuation rate rises
The Federal Government is preparing to dump a planned rise in compulsory superannuation that would add $20 billion a year to employers’ wage bills. Under the previous Labor Government, the super guarantee levy was scheduled...
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7th March, 2016 · Workplace Relations Social media policy: why your business needs to have one
Social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter are now a norm in our society and as such it is worthwhile for businesses to have a social media policy in place. Social media policies can...
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22nd December, 2015 · Workplace Relations What are the national employment standards?
The start of the Fair Work System in 2010 saw the introduction of modern awards and the National Employment Standards (NES). The NES sets out 10 minimum entitlements for all employees and must be read...
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22nd December, 2015 · Workplace Relations The importance of having a written harassment
Prevention is better than cure’ is an old saying that certainly holds true in the area of harassment, bullying and discrimination at the workplace. With each of these issues, while an offender can be personally...
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22nd September, 2015 · Workplace Relations Payroll record keeping and pay slip obligations under the Fair Work Act
The Fair Work Act sets out the information that an employer must maintain in his or her pay records, as well as the details of what must appear on an employee’s pay slip. Pay records...
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