News 11 May 2022 A lesson in vicarious liability In July 2021, sexual harassment was included in the definition of ‘serious misconduct.’Harassment is any unwelcome behaviour or conduct which intimidates, humiliates, or offends...
News 11 May 2022 What to do with suspicious medical certificates Occasionally employers may come across a medical certificate from an employee which seems suspicious.
News 5 Apr 2022 Hot Jobs In Your Area - April 2022 There’s a lot of talk about unemployment rates at the moment, isn’t there? But one job statistic matters most, and that’s yours.
News 5 Apr 2022 Earn Your Worth The average salary in Australia for full time work was $67,860 as at 20th March 2022, which is about $1,610 per fortnight.
News 5 Apr 2022 Exposure to COVID and isolation rules We continue to hear about situations where a staff member is re-exposed to COVID-19 and employers are wondering whether the person must isolate again.
News 5 Apr 2022 Victorian Sick Pay Guarantee for casual workers in specified occupations The Victorian Government has introduced a Sick Pay Guarantee Scheme for casual and self-employed workers in specified occupations.
News 9 Mar 2022 What’s in a pay slip? Pay slips ensure that employees receive the correct pay and entitlements and help employers to keep and maintain accurate records.
News 9 Mar 2022 Is your business prepared for the Easter public holidays? The Easter holiday period is always a popular period for leave requests, with many employees seeking to take advantage of the number of public holidays.