Fair Work Compliance
Including the Fair Work Act, Modern Awards, Redundancy, Unfair Dismissals, Termination, Transmission of Business or Instruments, Adverse Action, General Protections, Industrial disputes, Strikes and Pickets.
Fair Work Compliance Advice For Employers
- Fair work compliance refers to the process of ensuring that an employer is complying with all relevant employment laws, including the Fair Work Act 2009 and any applicable awards or industrial agreements.
- As an employer, it is critical to understand and comply with these laws to avoid potential disputes with employees and fines from regulatory bodies.
- Employers in Australia have a legal obligation to comply with the Fair Work Act and the other relevant legislation.
- If you are an employer in this industry, it is critical that you know as much as possible about your obligations as an employer.
- Ensuring fair work compliance is important for all employers in Australia, as non-compliance can result in significant fines and legal action.
- It’s essential for employers to understand their obligations under the Fair Work Act and other relevant laws and to put systems in place to ensure compliance.
- By ensuring fair work compliance, employers can help to create a positive and fair workplace culture, reduce the risk of disputes with employees, and protect their business and operations from legal action
How we can help
We offer a range of services to help employers in the building and construction industry comply with fair work aspects, including: