When is a casual, not a casual? 5 quick Q&As

Business Development Manager - Employsure - Workplace Relations, Health & Safety - Employsure

Do you employ casual workers? Due to a recent court decision, your casual workers might, in some circumstances, still be considered a permanent employee for the purposes of entitlements. Regardless of what their contract states and regardless of the payment of a casual loading. In short, the effect of this ruling is that some “casual”…

What is a genuine redundancy, and why is it so important to get it right?

Business Development Manager - Employsure - Workplace Relations, Health & Safety - Employsure

As we come out of the Covid-19 restrictions here in Central Victoria, hopefully there are some brighter skies ahead for your business.  However, with Jobkeeper potentially coming to an end in the near future do you need evaluate & adjust your staffing levels?  Are you operating at sustainable levels? If you are considering redundancies, an…

Reactive Vs Proactive HR Management

Business Development Manager - Employsure - Workplace Relations, Health & Safety - Employsure

A recent conversation between a few colleagues and I found us discussing the two major reasons SMEs engage with us to discuss and help with their HR process and staff management needs – one proactive and one reactive. These two reasons are normally dictated by the need for action and amount of control one has…