Fair Work Information Statement Form
- BLUE IRAS RATES
- SECTION 1 – WAGES REQUIREMENTS
- SECTION 2 - EMPLOYMENT SERVICE RECORDS
- SECTION 3 - NSW PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2018, 2019 and 2020
- Section 4 - Wages rates
- SECTION 5 - Employee Classification Levels
- Section 6 - Tax Schedules
- Section 7 - Awards
- Section 8 - Termination Guidelines
- SECTION 9 - Workplace Bullying
- SECTION 10 ANNUAL LEAVE
- SECTION 11 LONG SERVICE LEAVE
- SECTION 12 PARENTAL LEAVE
- Section 13 - Superannuation
- Section 14 - National Employment Standards
- SECTION 15 RECRUITMENT
- Section 16 - Equal Employment Opportunity and Discrimination
- SECTION 17 DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES
- A to Z Awards and Pay Guides
- Benchbooks - Australian Fair Work Commission
- Bullying, Behavior, Conflict, Conduct and Harassment
- Emailed Information Letters
- Employee Disciplinary Procedures
- Fair Work Information Statement Form
- Government Acts
- Health And Safety
- National Employment Standards
- Policies not otherwise listed
- Small Business Fair Dismissal Code
- Statutory Declaration
- TAX TABLES
- Termination by employee (Resignation)
- Termination by Employer
- Unfair Dismissal
What is a Fair Work Information Statement?
A fairwork statement form is a document that employers should provide to new employees immediately, or as soon as possible, after they begin working at your workplace. The statement provides basic information about the conditions of the employment, to ensure that the employee understands what is expected of them and of the employer.
NES fair work (or National Employment Standards) provides an outline of 10 minimum terms and conditions of full-time employment contracts. Entitlements can vary for employees on a casual contract. On this list is the right for new employees to receive the fairwork statement form.
An up-to-date fairwork statement form shows that you as the employer, as well as new employees, understand the minimal entitlements that an employee has. The statement includes information such as maximum weekly hours, working arrangements, conditions of leave, and termination or redundancy processes.
Download a Fair Work Information Statement PDF
Failure to provide a fair work information statement form to new employees can results in a costly penalty breech of up to $54,000 for a business and $10,800 for an individual.
Download a fair work information statement PDF available from IRAS to make sure that you fully understand your obligations as an employer. You should provide new employees with the statement and give them the opportunity to ask any questions they may be unsure about. Employers often provide the statement along with their written contract of employment and required forms such as superannuation fund nomination, tax file number declaration form and any workplace policies or handbooks.
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We provide online access to the documents required by Australian law, including employment separation certificates and a fairwork statement pdf that’s available to all members. We are also able to offer advice over-the-phone and in person, and at a membership price of just $780 per year, you can experience affordable benefits for your business.
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