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  1. Record keeping requirements for long service leave have changed

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer The Long Service Leave Act 1958 (LSL Act) applies to many state and national system employers and employees in Western Australia.  On 20 June 2022, record keeping requirements under the LSL Act changed ...

  2. Commissioner's Blog: Avoid disappointment, get on top of Christmas shopping early

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Christmas is an exciting and magical time of year but the lead up to the big day can often be chaotic and stressful. With online shopping scams and delivery delays, Western Australian shoppers are urged to get on top of ...

  3. Australia Day public holiday information available

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer The public holiday for Australia Day in 2023 is Thursday 26 January. Employment entitlements for public holidays will vary based on an employee's award coverage and employment arrangements. Visit ...

  4. Employers must not advertise jobs at less than minimum wage

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer State system employers are prohibited from advertising employment at a rate of pay that is less than the minimum wage applicable to the job. Enforcement action can be taken against an employer who has ...

  5. $16,000 in fines over unregistered real estate sales representative (Tyson Keene / Danielle McGufficke / Realty Lane Pty Ltd)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Property industry Agency and supervisor fined $7,000 each for failing their legal obligations Sales rep fined $2,000 after working for nine months without registration Reminder to real estate industry to be aware of the ...

  6. WA consumer laws now synchronised with national changes

    This announcement is for:  Consumer National and state consumer laws will be consistent with automatic updates WA parliament has the option not to adopt changes if any concerns Amendments will benefit WA consumers and businesses National changes to consum ...

  7. Review of tenancy laws that deal with family and domestic violence

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Landlord / lessor Property industry Tenant Statutory Review will assess effectiveness of the special family and domestic violence provisions in tenancy laws Community consultation will determine if laws need fine-tuning ...

  8. Perth cafe owners penalised $14,300 for not producing employment records

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer The owners of two Perth cafes have been penalised a total of $14,300 for failing to produce employment records to an industrial inspector. Ahmed El Sayed Imam and Yan Desiree Hui- the owners of Sinamon ...

  9. Commissioner's Blog: Pitfalls of paying tradies upfront

    This announcement is for:  Consumer When you hire a tradesperson to undertake a home renovation or maintenance job, they might ask for a deposit upfront to confirm the booking or cover any materials they need to order. While tradespeople are legally allow ...

  10. Industrial inspectors are now issuing compliance notices

    This announcement is for:  Employee / worker Employer In June 2022, new compliance and enforcement provisions were introduced that provided enhanced powers and a new range of compliance tools that can be used by industrial inspectors. These new tools incl ...

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