Hi everyone, Jackie Strachan here from HR Tactics with a newsflash HR Hot tip DID YOU KNOW – In Qld there’s now a way to allow more people inside your business than the QLD restrictions are allowing So provided that your businesses or organisation is in complete compliance with the
Use this document to conduct your own self-audit of compliance with your employer obligations under the National Employment Standards (NES) as outlined in the Fair Work Act 2009.
REMEMBER: Complying with the NES is only one area a Fair Work Audit of your business will look at. An audit by Fair Work Inspectors will also look at your HR practices regarding:
- Leave entitlements
- Pay & conditions
- Time & wages records
- Dismissal & bargaining
HR Tactics specialises in offering this type of advice. Take advantage of our current offer, 30 minutes on the phone with an expert to tick off all compliance criteria.
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An itemised checklist for items you should have in a First Aid Kit, along with important considerations for keeping the kit up to date.
A professionally-composed meeting programme, with space for all required records.
An official document to record training attendees, details and document signatures.
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A generic inspection checklist for assessing the condition and safety of a workplace.
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Do you have a business in either of these 2 sectors, specifically in Qld? beauty therapists and nail salon sector restaurants and cafes (including pubs, registered and licensed clubs, RSL clubs and hotels). QLD’s Chief Health Officer has deemed these 2 particular industries as higher risk as we emerge from COVID-19?
Have you completed your COVID-19 consultations with your staff yet? Not sure what business owners need to do before reopening and remobilising your workforce? This short video will explain the 5 essential steps practically for you to follow Don’t forget to make use of the COVID-19 Kit we put together
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