Construction Industry Workforce Audits Identify Common Errors, Fair Work Information Statement

Construction Industry Workforce Audits Identify Common Errors

The Fair Work Information Statement

Workforce Advisory Lawyers is working with builders to improve compliance, educate subcontractors and reduce risks. A common and simple error is Employers failing to provide or understand the Fair Work Information Statement.

It is essential that all Australian Employers understand their legal obligation to provide all new Employees with a copy of the Fair Work Information Statement, a short briefing document prepared and published by the Fair Work Ombudsman.

The document is designed to give Employees a brief overview of several key employment concepts including the minimum rights and entitlements. The Statement is required to be given before, or as soon as possible, after the employee starts on the job.

Copies of the Statement are available for download at www.fairwork.gov.au/fwis

Our affordable audit reports ensure subcontractors conform to your industrial relations strategy of having a thorough understanding of and compliance with workplace laws, in addition to procurement codes or fair work instruments (Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), Modern Awards and Enterprise Agreements if applicable).

Workforce Advisory provide a wide offering of services to Employers, trusted by Directors across Australia in many industries and projects.  

For queries, please contact Dean Cameron at Workforce Advisory Lawyers – We Know Employment Law on 0417 622 178 or dean.cameron@workforceadvisory.com.au .


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