Are you up to date on long service leave legislation? Fall short of your legal obligations and it can be very costly
Determining employees’ long service leave entitlements can often be tricky for employers, particularly in businesses that operate across different states and territories.
Workers’ long service leave rights vary between each jurisdiction. In Victoria, laws will be changing this year.
Understanding entitlements is a serious legal responsibility employers cannot afford to underestimate or get wrong.
Miscalculating or ignoring your obligations and can result in penalties of up to $20,000.
The Long Service Leave Guide, explains what every employer needs to know about long service leave entitlements.
- When long service leave can be taken
- How it should be calculated
- And how it can be paid
This easy-to-follow guide provides employers with all the information they need about long service leave and answers numerous commonly asked questions such as:
- What are our record-keeping obligations for long service leave?
- Can we allow an employee to take long service leave early?
- Our employee works in two states. What legislation applies?
- Is annual leave accrued during long service leave? Do we have to pay superannuation?
- And many more…
The eBook includes important:
Receive handy hints to help you ensure you’re dealing with matters correctly.
We clearly explain all of the employment law terms that relate to long service leave.
Know what has happened when cases have made it to court and what we can learn from the outcomes.
The Long Service Leave Guide clarifies any queries you have surrounding long service leave and enables you to determine your employees’ entitlements fairly and legally.
Get up to date on your obligations now so you can meet your legal requirements and protect your business.
Don’t wait until it’s too late.