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Casual Conversion

What is it? Casual Conversion is when an employee makes a request, or an employer makes an offer to see an employee transition from casual to permanent employment. Eligibility for conversion requisites: The employee to have been employed for 12 months or...

Casual Employees

What is a Casual Employee A casual employee is an employee who has no assured working hours, works irregular shifts without paid entitlements (unless stated within an agreement or award), can refuse or swap shifts and has the ability to terminate employment with no or...

National Employment Standards

National Employment Standards - What are they? The National Employment Standards (NES) are the minimum terms and conditions that can be set for employment in accordance with the Fair Work Act (2009). These standards are the basis of any workplace award, enterprise, or...

Modern Awards

What is a Modern Award? A Modern Award is a document that is occupation specific which sets out the terms and conditions of employment in which an employee is entitled to. An award introduces further employee entitlements built off the 11 minimum standards of...

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