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Changes to flexible work arrangements from 1 December 2018

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, employers will need to make a genuine attempt to reach a flexible working arrangement, and provide details for any refusals.

Flexible working arrangements include changes to hours of work, patterns of work and locations of work.

Read the full article here.

Flexibility on the table as of 1 December 2018, says Fair Work Commission.

Employers now need to make a genuine attempt to reach a flexible working arrangement and provide details for any refusals. Impacting millions of workers across the country, flexible working arrangements will include changes to hours of work, patterns of work and locations of work.

Requests can only be refused on reasonable business grounds. For more information on what you need to do to reach a mutual agreement with your employees, take a look at the following resources:

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