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Newsletter November 2017


Published 10 Nov 2017
This Issue

New Government, New Employment Laws, More Costs for Employers

With the coalition deals now signed off, and the new Government officially sworn in, its time to dissect the proposed changes and what they will mean for businesses. What is certain is that Employers will be burdened with additional costs....full story

Employment Agreements for Seasonal Staff

Christmas and New Year is a busy business time for some employers. Many have to take on more staff usually on fixed term or casual employment agreements to keep up with customer demand. Employers need to ensure that new employees are employed on the appropriate type of agreement...full story

Public Holidays 2018

Please read on for a comprehensive list of the upcoming Public Holiday period over Christmas 2017 and also the 2018 Calendar year including the provincial dates....full story

Transferring Public Holidays

Sometimes there can be circumstances which mean that observing a Public Holiday on the day it falls is not convenient for the business or for the employee. An agreement can be made to transfer the observance of the Public Holiday to another day....full story