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Best Practice in NSW - Employer's Responsibilities Face-to-Face
There are many myths surrounding workplace law and dispelling fact from fiction can at times be a daunting exercise. Working through the various layers of employment legislation can be confusing for employers. This workshop helps employers better understand their responsibilities and the rights of their employees and as well being aware of their obligations relating to leave entitlements and workplace arrangements.
Best Practice in NSW - Employment Records eLearning
Keeping good and accurate employment records is not only best practice but an important legal requirement. This webinar will look at records you are required to keep, what form they need to be kept in and what detail is required. We will detail why keeping best practice employment records can provide employers with protection In dispute situations
Best Practice in NSW - Paying Employees Face-to-Face
Calculating wages and entitlements can often be a complex and confusing task. Issues such as calculating overtime, shift penalties and allowances are not always straightforward. These issues are the responsibility of the employer but in most instances it is the accountant, bookkeeper or payroll person that undertakes the initial calculation. This session will help you better understand how to pay leave entitlements, understand your obligations regarding record keeping, providing payslips and other issues relevant to your role.
Best Practice in NSW - Performance Management Face-to-Face
Are you worried about unfair dismissal. If you're an Employer, a manager or a supervisor you might find reviewing and managing the performance of your teams to be one of the least pleasant aspect of your role. Effective performance monitoring and management is part of the process for achieving these goals. Join our workshop to discover the steps in making this process easier and less stressful for everyone involved. Please note this is a paid workshop.
Best Practice in NSW - Recruitment and Engagement. Face-to-Face
Do you need to improve employee engagement? Are you recruiting the right people with the right capabilities?. This workshop gives you the guidelines to confidently recruit, promote retention of talent, foster loyalty and improve HR practices. Please note this is a paid workshop.
Best Practice in NSW - Taxi Industry Face-to-Face
If you are an owner, operator or driver of a Taxi operating in the Greater Metropolitan Transport District (Sydney) then this workshop will provide all the details about the minimum taxi industry terms and conditions that must be met. This workshop provides detail regarding obligations under the Taxi Industry(Contract Drivers) Contract Determination 1984, including detail relating to bailors and bailees, different types of payment methods, record keeping requirements and annual, sick and long service leave requirements’
Best Practice in NSW - Understanding Long Service Leave Face-to-Face
Most private sector employees in NSW still receive their rights in relation to long service leave under the NSW Long Service Leave Act 1955. This presentation will explain the relevant provisions in the NSW Long Service Leave Act 1955 and what is meant by the term pro rata long service leave. Guidelines of things to consider in determining whether an entitlement may be due will be provided. This information will assist employers in responding to claims by employees for long service leave and pro rata long service leave. Questions to consider are do casual employees accrue long service leave and how is long service leave paid. So join us to clarify your questions about when long service leave applies.
Best Practice in NSW - Workplace Policies. Face-to-Face
Please note that this is paid workshop. All employers - small, medium or large - need to have workplace policies or a Code of Conduct in place to guide staff in their workplace. Good workplace policies help provide clear direction to staff on expected behaviours, conduct and performance requirements. The introduction of the Fair Work Act 2009 has delivered new challenges for employers and it is essential that your workplace policies reflect the new legislation. This workshop will assist you in understanding how to develop policies that are easily understood, encourage compliance, and importantly meet your business requirements. Once registering you will receive a payment form attached to your confirmation email. Please ensure payments are forwarded to NSW IR ASAP to ensure your placing. Should you wish to cancel or transfer to another date, please email to "" Refunds will be issued in full if notification is received 7 days prior to the event or in the case where a workshop may be cancelled due to lack of numbers. Payments can be transferred to another workshop or you may nominate a substitute participant.