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Workplace Update Seminar - Ballina

Date Wed 20 Jun 2018
Duration 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Event Code EVE1806097
Region Northern Rivers-Ballina

Are your casuals really casual?

‘Wage theft is a new business model for too many employers’ says Sally McManus, Secretary of the ACTU.

Casual workers and independent contractors are at the heart of a bitter national debate fuelled by a revitalised union movement.

Employers must contend with flawed workplace legislation, an increasingly litigious workforce, and a hard-nosed regulator (Fair Work Ombudsman) with increased powers to prosecute and punish. The risk to business is escalating.

Making up over 20% of our workforce, growing numbers of employers are being penalised for failing to meettheir obligations to casual workers under the relevant modern award – mostly through oversight.

High risk surrounds a ‘regular and systematic’ casual, due to potential classification as a permanent employee by the Ombudsman. Resulting claims of underpayment and unfair dismissal can open the door to hefty back payments for leave, plus fines of up to $63,000 per breach.

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Workplace Update Seminar - CBD

Date Thu 21 Jun 2018
Duration 1 Hour 30 Minutes
Event Code EVE1806059
Region Sydney South East-Sydney City

Are your casuals really casual?

‘Wage theft is a new business model for too many employers’ says Sally McManus, Secretary of the ACTU.

Casual workers and independent contractors are at the heart of a bitter national debate fuelled by a revitalised union movement.

Employers must contend with flawed workplace legislation, an increasingly litigious workforce, and a hard-nosed regulator (Fair Work Ombudsman) with increased powers to prosecute and punish. The risk to business is escalating.

Making up over 20% of our workforce, growing numbers of employers are being penalised for failing to meettheir obligations to casual workers under the relevant modern award – mostly through oversight.

High risk surrounds a ‘regular and systematic’ casual, due to potential classification as a permanent employee by the Ombudsman. Resulting claims of underpayment and unfair dismissal can open the door to hefty back payments for leave, plus fines of up to $63,000 per breach.

More Details..
Qty Ticket For Price
Member 1 $0.00
Local Chamber Member 1 $0.00
Non-Member 1 $30.00

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