Does your club have an induction procedure when employing new staff that ensures all new staff receive a copy of the Fair Work Information Statement?
The national workplace relations system requires employers to give each new employee a Fair Work Information Statement (the Statement) before, or as soon as possible after, the employee starts employment
The Fair Work Information Statement is one of ten (10) minimum standards in the National Employment Standards (NES) that protect employees.
The Statement contains information about:
- the National Employment Standards (NES)
- the effect on an employee’s NES entitlements when there is a transfer of business
- modern awards
- agreement making under the Fair Work Act 2009
- individual flexibility arrangements
- the right to freedom of association
- termination of employment
- right of entry (including the protection of personal information by privacy laws)
- the role of the Fair Work Ombudsman and Fair Work Australia.
Why not consider the Club Training Australia online induction package which was created exclusively to assist licensed clubs operating in Queensland meet their legislative requirements. While undertaking the online induction, employees are prompted to download the Fair Work Information Statement as well as respond to key aspects of the Registered and Licensed Clubs Award 2010, the Fair Work Act 2009 and the National Employment Standards (NES).