Fair Work Australia Continues Random Audits
The Fair Work Ombudsman continues a three-month campaign through the Barossa and Adelaide Plains regions.
Compliance with record-keeping and wage-related checks will be targeted during the audit process, projected to continue through June 30.
Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James outlines that one of the goals of the audit process is to ensure employers are aware of their workplace responsibilities and how to build a culture of compliance.
“We also want to be pro-active about ensuring employers understand their obligations,” she said.
Businesses located in the Barossa Valley, Gawler and Two Wells regions will be randomly selected and called upon.
The Fair Work Ombudsman deals with over 25,000 cases per year, issuing fines and over $23 million in payment notices.
Ensuring compliance with workplace rules can be a time consuming and costly task. Virtual Mgr’s Hr Comply System provides a simple step-by-step app for your employees to sign workplace policy documents on their computers or phones. Policies are written and updated by real lawyers based on their experience of the most common workplace lawsuits.
Protect your workers and contractors, achieve fair work compliance and defend against litigation with Virtual Mgr HrComply.
Get protected today 1300 559 060 www.virtualmgr.com/au/hr-comply