The Risk of Outdated Employment Policies?

Employees should have policies that are consistent with the Employment legislation in the correct jurisdiction. In New South Wales the Fair Work Act applies. Inconsistent policies expose an employer to risks of not complying with the legislation and incurring penalties. The case of Scullin v Coffey Projects (Australia) Pty Ltd highlights what can happen if an employer follows outdated policies.

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Employment Law – The Fair Work Ombudsman

Is the Fair Work Ombudsman coming after you? Most employers try to do the right thing by their employees. They pay them what they believe are fair wages and have good workplace conditions. But the best of intentions may not protect you from a penalty from the Fair Work Ombudsman if you have underpaid your

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