Professional Development

Casual employment is changing (Webinar by Aster HR)

The Government has introduced the ‘Closing Loopholes‘ laws, resulting in key amendments to the Fair Work Act. These laws are being phased in over time and one of these include changes to Casual employment.

The new legislation makes changes to:
how we define casual employment
casual conversion rights
entitlements related to casual loading
dispute resolution mechanisms

Changes are coming into effect from 26 August 2024, so now is the time to get informed.

We will explain the changes and help you learn best practices for compliance and implementation. This webinar is essential for HR professionals, business owners, and managers looking to navigate these significant legislative changes effectively.

There will be an Q&A opportunity to your questions like:
* Do I have to offer Casual Conversion?
* How do I decide?
* What records do I need to keep?

Facilitator

Angela Gauci

More Information

The webinar is going to be recorded, so if you aren’t able to attend, don’t worry – if you register the recording will be emailed to you.

 

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Online Workshop

Date

Wednesday 24 July 2024

Time

11:00 PM - 11:00 PM

More Info

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Labels

Online Workshop

Location

Online

Cost

  • Member: FREE
  • Non-Member: FREE
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