HR in Australia

Good HR (human resources) is critical to running a successful business in Australia.
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The majority of businesses – including small business – are now covered by the Fair Work Act 2009. This includes over 122 Modern Awards which outline minimum pay rates for employees. Modern Awards also outline when you need to pay penalty rates, allowances and loadings. The Fair Work Act also includes 10 National Employment Standards that you must provide to all employees. The Fair Work Regulations also set out the compulsory time and wages records that must keep for up to 7 years.
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Fair Work Inspectors have the right to enter a workplace at any time to ensure compliance. They can issue on the spot fines and refer serious matters to court. Where employers can face big penalties for breaking the law. Accessories such as business owners, HR managers and payroll professionals, also risk big personal fines if they are involved in breaches of the Fair Work Act.
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Achieving best-practice HR management and full-compliance with Australian employment laws can be challenging. And hiring a HR professional and employment lawyer to do it all for you can be very expensive and time consuming.
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Now, thanks to Workforce Guardian, there is an easier and more affordable way for employers and key advisors to manage HR and compliance.
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Used correctly, Workforce Guardian can help you HIRE, MANAGE and EXIT workers with confidence. To:

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