Australian Labour Laws are changing: Are you ready?

Are you aware of the changes to payroll?

There’s an upcoming change to Australian Labour Laws which may affect your business. The changes are expected with the Fair Work Amendment (Supporting Australia’s Jobs and Economic Recovery) Bill 2020. While the bill is currently being reviewed by the Senate committee, it is important to be prepared for the change.

5 issues to consider

  • Casuals and fixed term employment
  • Enterprise agreement making;
  • Life of project agreements;
  • Award simplification;
  • Compliance and enforcement.

what pain will this cause?

  • Casuals and fixed term employment
  • Enterprise agreement making;
  • Life of project agreements;
  • Award simplification;
  • Compliance and enforcement.

so what is the next step for businesses?

Eagle Shared Services has teamed up with Rob Sheppard and Elisia Coetzee from Quantum HR for an informative webinar to help businesses prepare for the upcoming Labour Law changes.

a collaboration of experts

Darren Ellis

eagle shared services

Darren has 30 years of experience as a trusted advisor helping businesses with their processes such as bookkeeping, payroll and managerial accounting.

Rob Sheppard

quantum hr

Rob has 20 years experience leading and managing frontline human resources (HR) and recruitment functions of multi-discipline teams across national and international locations.

Elisia Coetzee

quantum hr

Elisia is a respected HR & IR
Specialist and Leadership Coach with 20 years plus experience in a broad range of human resources and industrial relations fields.

What you will learn from this webinar

  • Why the government is changing the Labour Law
  • Why you should be concerned with the Labour Law changes
  • Which industries and awards will be affected by this change
  • The new maximum penalties for wage theft
  • How your business can be prepared for the change
  • Where you can find resources to support your business with this change

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