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Business urged to act immediately before planned season shutdown

Business planning to shutdown across the festive season need to confirm close dates and notify staff in accordance with Award requirements n ...

Workplace etiquette - misdemeanour or sackable offence

From bad BO to profanity, not washing hands in the bathroom to poor grooming and attire: how and when can employers act to address workp ...

Retailers caught in the penalty rate

Over 350,000 casual retail employees will now receive an increased penalty rate for Saturday work as announced by Fair Work President Justic ...

Money alone won't resolve aged care crisis

According to the Aged Care Workforce Strategy report, commissioned by the Federal Government, nurses and personal care workers in the aged ...

Let's talk... retention

There is a new generation taking over the workforce and keeping them in the same job for a long period of time can be challenging. Being abl ...

How Employsure became the beacon of HR innovation

Employsure's string of accolades illustrates people are at the heart of any successful business. Employsure has been recognised for its e ...

Catching employees red-handed

Employee theft is a reality that all kinds of businesses must deal with. And some of the stories out there are alarming. A few pens here, ...

How This Small Business Owner Reached Australia’s Biggest Business Stage

Business owner Nathan– a 2017 My Business Award winner shares why entering awards is good for business. When Nathan Ahern fir ...

Prevention better than cure, even in the workplace

In the everyday workplace, items such as pens, rulers and notepads don’t demand a declaration for their absence. Gone are the days when c ...

Resume lies could get you fired.

Stretching the truth in your resume is a good enough reason to dismiss. If you haven’t watched the film ‘Catch Me If You Can,’ ...

Landmark decision finds casual worker entitled to paid leave

A series of Fair Work rulings on the entitlements of casual employees, including tha a casual is entitled to paid leave, could have signific ...

Casual work in the spotlight

The decision in the Federal Court regarding a casual worker’s entitlement to paid leave coupled with the recent Fair Work Commission decis ...

Court could increase sick leave allowance

Many employers could be hit with the prospect of increasing sick leave provisions and even backpaying workers, depending on the outcome ...

Millions of Australian workers get access to unpaid domestic violence leave from August 1 2018

A NEW change is coming to Australian workplaces that will affect millions of workers from August 1. From the first full pay period on or af ...

Workers caught red-handed ripping off their employer

Instances of workers stealing from their employer have given rise to questions about the legality and appropriateness of monitoring empl ...

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