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  1. Links to industrial relations legislation

    employees: Long Service Leave Act 1958 Public and Bank Holidays Act 1972 Children and Community Services Act ...

  2. Key features of the WA industrial relations system

    operate for up to three years. The  Guide to Employer Employee Agreements  publication outlines the ...

  3. Industrial relations reform in Western Australia

    stop bullying jurisdiction will apply to both the private and public sectors. To resolve an issue the ... Introducing an equal remuneration jurisdiction to the WAIRC that applies to both the private and public ...

  4. Guide to who is in the WA state system

    Corporations or incorporated associations that provide public services – for example, public universities or ...

  5. Small business

    complaints (SBDC), Alternative Dispute Resolution  (SBDC) and Magistrate court Labour relations and Fair Work ... employ.  Below are some other helpful links: Publications Small business self assessment checklist (PDF ...

  6. Pay, work conditions, contract of employment, termination and workplace rights

    as explained in the awards are not being followed Wageline (Labour Relations) For enquiries ...

  7. Current and previous editions of Wageline News

    This page is for:  Employee / worker Employer Wageline News is released every month with information and updates on: increases to the state minimum wage and WA award rates of pay; changes to key WA awards; results from compliance investigations; and criti ...

  8. JobKeeper enabling stand down directions and long service leave entitlements

    This page is for:  Employee / worker Employer To be entitled to long service leave under the Long Service Leave Act 1958, an employee’s employment with their employer must be continuous. The amount of long service leave is determined by the employee’s per ...

  9. State system COVID-19 JobKeeper provisions

    This page is for:  Employee / worker Employer Temporary state system JobKeeper provisions have been introduced for private sector state system employers and employees who are participating in the Commonwealth JobKeeper scheme. These provisions were implem ...

  10. Unpaid pandemic leave

    This page is for:  Employee / worker Employer This information is only relevant to employers and employees in the WA state industrial relations system – sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trusts and some incorporated or not for prof ...

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