The Employers Guide To Managing An Underpayment Of Wages Claim

The Employers Guide To Managing An Underpayment Of Wages Claim

It is the duty of the employer to avoid an underpayment of wages claim and ensure that their employees are being paid the correct amount in accordance with the modern award system. Common examples of underpayment In order to avoid or quickly react to underpayments, it...
What Are Your Workplace Investigations Employee Rights?

What Are Your Workplace Investigations Employee Rights?

What is a workplace investigation? A workplace investigation is a process by which employers investigate a complaint made by one of their employees who had allegedly engaged in workplace misconduct. Do you know your workplace investigation employee rights? Many...
What You Need To Know About Work Leave

What You Need To Know About Work Leave

Under the National Employment Standards (NES), full-time and part-time employees are entitled to take work leave for a number of different reasons. Annual leave Annual leave, also commonly referred to as ‘holiday pay’, allows workers to take time off while being paid....
How to Handle An Employee Sexual Harassment Complaint

How to Handle An Employee Sexual Harassment Complaint

Given the shocking prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace, it is essential that employers are aware of how to manage a sexual harassment complaint. Indeed, in 2018 a national survey on sexual harassment found that 23% of women and 16% of men in the...
How Does Redundancy Pay Work?

How Does Redundancy Pay Work?

Learn the answers to the most frequently asked questions that we receive about redundancy and redundancy pay. What is a genuine redundancy? A redundancy takes place where an employee’s role is eliminated. The key to a genuine redundancy is the disappearance of a job...