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If you hire casual employees, you must be across the recent changes as at 27 March 2021 to ensure you are complying with legislation.

Understand what your duties are as an Employer when it comes to sexual harassment in the workplace and how you can help prevent it.

JobKeeper has been useful to your business, helping to tide your company over through the lull caused by the pandemic. It has allowed you to retain your employees and operate without any drastic changes to your operations and your staff. But what will you do now that the Scheme is coming to an end on the 28th of March 2021?

In the electrotechnology and broader construction industry, it is very likely that companies have a mix of employees and independent contractors (contractors) working for them. There are advantages and disadvantages to both.

This year has seen many legislative and case developments which should be top of mind for employers (large and small operators) as we move into 2021.

Every year, an expert panel of the Fair Work Commission reviews modern award minimum wages and sets a national minimum wage order for employees not covered by enterprise agreements or modern awards.

Many contractors will now need to consider their options and obligations around employee hours of work and duties.

While in most cases there will be a need to scale back operations temporarily, redundancy should not be the first option. The following should be closely considered prior to resorting to role redundancies:

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