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Employment & HR

Find everything you need to know on employment & HR with our elaborate set of guides.

Backdating is the practice of making a contract legally enforceable from a point in time prior to the current date. It can only be done in certain situations.
Have you ever wondered if an employer is liable for their employee’s negligence? Read this article to find out.
Have you ever wondered whether the termination of fixed term contracts is legal? Read this article to find out.
The workplace is an important place to protect your privacy. Find out what information from employees employers in Australia can request.
Have you been with your employer for a long time and want to take some time off? Here's what you need to know about long service leave (LSL) in Queensland.
If you want to apply for unemployment benefits, you may need an Employment Separation Certificate. This article explains what they are.
Do you know what Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) is? Read this article to find out what it means and when it applies.
Employers should be aware of when they need to pay their employees casual loading. Keep reading to find out when this applies.
Ever wondered if casual employees are entitled to redundancy pay? Find out when they are in this article.
Providing payslips to employees is one of the most important aspects of running a business. Find out when they’re required.
Can an offer of employment be withdrawn? Read this article to find out when an employer can and can’t withdraw an offer of employment.
Understand what your employees are entitled to in regards to long service leave in this ultimate guide.
Want to use an eSignature for your business processes but don’t know where to begin? Our ultimate guide will help you understand everything there is to know.
Are you thinking of starting your own labour hire company? Read this article to learn how to succeed.
Our post will give you a clear guide about what you need to know about minimum hours for shift work in Australia.
Some professions require employees to be available outside of ordinary work hours. Find out if employees should be paid for being on-call here.
The tax-free threshold in Australia is $18,200. Read this article to find out what the tax-free threshold means for your finances.
If you're considering reducing an employee's salary. Check out this article for how to do this legally.

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