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Workplace Policies

Every effective workplace has effective employment policies.

We can provide you with a range of workplace policies to assist your employees understand their responsibilities in the workplace.

We can provide you with discrete workplace policies, or we can prepare a comprehensive policy handbook tailored to your business that works in conjunction with your employment agreement.

Workplace Investigations

Need a bullying claim investigated? Need a workplace investigation conducted into an employee's behaviour?

You want to ensure that you have enough information to make an informed decision about an individual’s conduct in the workplace.

We can conduct workplace investigations for you in a comprehensive and cost effective manner.

We can help you manage your workplace disputes. Find out more about Workplace Investigations.

Are you being investigated by a Regulator?

Sometimes, whether you like it or not, you are the one being investigated by a Regulator.

We can help you through the investigation.

We can assist you with:

  • Dealing with the Regulator
  • Responding to the Regulator
  • Responding to Court proceedings brought by the Fair Work Ombudsman or another regulator.

Recent Articles

Changes to Modern Award annualised salary from March 2020

October 8, 2019

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has recently handed down a decision which will impact employers paying annualised salaries to employees covered by a Modern Award with an annualised salary clause. The new changes will take effect from 1 March 2020. The FWC decision finalises the terms of 3 new standard ‘annualised salary arrangement’ clauses, which…

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Crackdown on Underpayment of Wages

August 9, 2019

Federal Parliament is foreshadowing strong new penalties for employers who underpay their workers, including the introduction of criminal penalties. Recent Cases Underpayment has hit the headlines recently as George Calombaris has been ordered to pay a fine of $200,000 for the underpayment of $7.8 million. The penalty of $200,000 has been labelled as inadequate by…

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