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Unpacking the Latest Employment Rights for your Employees

The Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes No. 2) 2024 has passed through Parliament. This means there is now a number of significant changes will impact Australia’s employment laws. As a small or medium sized business owner or employer, it’s vital to stay up to date with legislative workplace changes that could significantly impact your business.

When:
18 June 2024 at 11:00 am (AEST)

Location:
Zoom

Duration:
Approx. 60 mins

Contact Us:
1800 835 409
[email protected]

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In this event, we will address

Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes No. 2) - what has changed?

Employee contracts – covering definition of employment, casual employment and sham contracting

Civil penalties for underpayments and wage theft, leave as covered by the act, and right to disconnect

dhering to proper procedures when considering termination or dismissal and ensuring fair and unbiased treatment

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The Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes No. 2) 2024 has passed through Parliament. This means there is now a number of significant changes will impact Australia’s employment laws.  

As a small or medium sized business owner or employer, it’s vital to stay up to date with legislative workplace changes that could significantly impact your business. The Fair Work Legislation Amendment clarifies the definition of employment including casual employment, sham contracting, civil penalties for underpayments and wage theft, as well as other workplace changes.

To empower you in addressing this head-on, we have curated an exclusive event designed specifically for employers and business owners.

 

In our exclusive employer event, we discuss: 

  • Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes No. 2) - what has changed?

  • Employee contracts – covering definition of employment, casual employment and sham contracting

  • Civil penalties for underpayments and wage theft, leave as covered by the act, and right to disconnect

  • Adhering to proper procedures when considering termination or dismissal and ensuring fair and unbiased treatment

 

Please note that this is general information and not intended to replace legal advice under any circumstances. 

 

Have a question? 

We’re happy to answer all your questions and look forward to meeting you at on the event. 

Phone 1800 835 409 or email [email protected]  

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