HR Solutions for Key Advisors
Workforce Guardian provide affordable and easy-to-use HR solutions to help key advisors, such as HR managers, accountants and bookkeepers, achieve full-compliance with Australian employment laws and avoid personal fines if their client breaches Australian employment laws such as the Fair Work Act 2009.
Employers often rely on key advisors to:
- Assist with aspects of HR and/or payroll processing
- Provide advice about employee Modern Awards classifications, pay rates, penalties, loadings, the National Employment Standards (NES), or other Fair Work-related entitlements
- Assist with labour hire arrangements through a supply chain or franchise network
- Provide advice about independent contractor arrangements
- Generally, explain the rules and make it clear when they are in danger of breaking them
If you fail to correctly explain the rules to your clients, make it clear when they are in danger of breaking them or become involved in breaches of the law yourself you risk being personally liable. Maximum penalties of up to $54,000 per breach apply > Recent prosecutions
Even relatively minor actions can result in a person being held accessorily liable for breaches of the Fair Work Act. For example, a failure to give written notice of dismissal before dismissing a person from their employment would contravene the Fair Work Act. The employer and any person involved in the contravention could then face proceedings.
Best HR Solutions for Key Advisors
Want fast, written answers to all your clients' HR questions? As well as written advice for payroll such as Employee Modern Award Classifications and Employee Pay Rates, etc.
Want to run an engaging HR Talk or Webinar for your clients to help thems understand their compliance obligations and avoid common HR mistakes that often result in big fines and expensive employee claims?
FREE HR Health Check for Key Advisors! Determine whether you're exposed to potential penalties of up to $54,000 for each of your own and your clients' breaches of Australian employment law.