Casual Conversion Deadline – 27 September 2021

Casual Conversion Deadline – 27 September 2021 There is just under one week left for Employers to ensure that they have assessed their existing casual employees for conversion to permanent employment. What does this mean? If you employ casuals and you are not a small business, you must take action to comply with the new provisions in the Fair [...]

2021-09-21T02:53:02+00:00September 21st, 2021|Business Advice, Compliance, Corporate Advisory, employees, Employment Law|Comments Off on Casual Conversion Deadline – 27 September 2021

Casual employees – Important changes businesses need to know

There have been some very important changes recently to the laws regarding casual employees. The National Employment Standards now include a right for a casual employee to become a full-time or part-time employee in the following circumstances: They have been with the same employer for 12 months; They have worked a regular pattern of hours [...]

2021-04-27T23:57:51+00:00April 27th, 2021|Business Advice, Corporate Advisory, employees, Employment Law, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Casual employees – Important changes businesses need to know

A quick Q&A covering COVID-related employment scenarios

With Victoria currently in the middle of Stage 4 restrictions, with impending announcements to be made in the next few weeks concerning the lifting of restrictions (hopefully!), it’s a good time to revisit some of the trickier scenarios surrounding employment and employment-related laws. There’s a lot of information out there at the moment, but as [...]

2020-09-07T03:28:37+00:00September 7th, 2020|Business Advice, Corporate Advisory, employees, Employment Law|Comments Off on A quick Q&A covering COVID-related employment scenarios

Can you request your JobKeeper employees to work more hours?

Yes. But the request must be considered ‘reasonable’. If an employer requests an employee to work on different days, or at different times (outside of their ‘ordinary hours’), the employee must consider the request and cannot unreasonably refuse. A ‘reasonable’ refusal would be situations such as caregiving responsibilities. If an employee unreasonably refuses the request, [...]

2020-09-01T20:33:19+00:00September 1st, 2020|Business Advice, Compliance, Corporate Advisory, employees, Employment Law|Comments Off on Can you request your JobKeeper employees to work more hours?
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