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Fair Work Regulations Update - Feb 19

 Employsure's Learning and Development facilitator, Thorunn Arnadottir, shares some important legislative proposals set to impac ...

Let's talk staff motivation

"Communicating a strong purpose for the year ahead is vital for motivating your employees to understand where their role and work contri ...

Artificial intelligence will decide if you get an interview for your next job

The online questionnaire wants to know whether I respect and comply with authority. I get five options – strongly agree, agree, neutral, d ...

Small businesses encouraged to check penalty rates in order to plan for Australia day

Small businesses are encouraged to plan for the upcoming Australia Day public holiday by checking Enterprise Agreements and penalty rates. ...

Open for business on Australia Day?

The biggest issues facing small business when it comes to public holidays is balancing competing priorities such as cashflow, customer expec ...

How small businesses should plan for Australia Day

Employsure Senior Employment Relations Adviser Jonathan Wilson offers some pointers for small businesses as Australia Day approaches. Mr ...

Hot weather prompts workplace warnings

With temperatures steadily rising, employers are being urged to implement a plan to prevent their workers from succumbing to heat stress and ...

This is how to protect employees from heat stress

Soaring temperatures across Australia have seen some regions reach close to 50C. Consequently, it’s important for employers to have plans ...

How to avoid Christmas party pitfalls

Regrettable things are often said and done by forgetting the Christmas party is actually work time. So, if you wouldn’t do it on a regular ...

Domestic violence leave now an entitlement

Changes to legislation mean up to six million Australians are entitled to domestic violence leave as a work place right in the National Empl ...

New laws promote workplace flexibility

1 December 2018 has seen a new law come into effect requiring employers to offer any alternative arrangements in response to workers’ flex ...

Changes to flexible work arrangements from 1 December 2018

The Fair Work Commission has announced changes to flexible work for millions of workers across the country. As of 1 December 2018, employer ...

Fair work announces changes to flexible work arrangements

1 December 2018 signals important changes to flexible work arrangements, with employers no longer able to deny any reasonable requests witho ...

Flexible work changes: What you need to know

Important changes to flexible work for millions of employees across all industries have been announced by the Fair Work Commission. From 1 ...

New flexible work ruling comes into force

From Saturday, 1 December 2018, new rules governing flexible working arrangements come into force, with employers no longer able to deny r ...