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ii Know your employment types. When can casual employees really be classed as casuals? Generally employed less than 6 months and non- systematic hours. If employee is happy to remain a casual, then must have a written agreement with the employee and have it reviewed every 6 months. iii Worksafe – is State based and requires an employer to provide a safe workplace and for the employee to work in a safe environment. iv Employee entitlements – employers must provide Fair Work information statement to all employees or a fine of $3,000 can apply per employee. v If you have all policies in place to protect your business both parties know what is expected. vi Unfair dismissal claims – 80% are won by employees because companies don’t have the right paperwork in place. viiFair Work Act 2009, changes have been made with amendments in 2017. Increased penalties for violations of the Fair Work Act and the Fair Work Ombudsman now has stronger powers. 5. PARTNERSHIP DISCUSSION Warwick Brown discussed partnership referrals for LAA members with 32 THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL DRYCLEANER & LAUNDERER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER 2017 I realise Spotless has its own catering division ... but man ... those sandwiches were out of this world! Anthony Kingsley explains the decision to change the secretariat to LDC Group, with a dedicated phone line for Members to contact LAA and Megan McInnes administering secretary services, accounts and updating of website.
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