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    You can download a Tax file number declaration...

    You can download a Tax file number declaration form from the ATO or fill it in online, here
    ato.gov.au/Forms/TFN-declaration
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    No, it's not true. The Police can only...

    No, it's not true.



    The Police can only report on criminal convictions; this does not include any information regarding work history or tax records, or anything else!

    I don't know where you...
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    Hi LouLou, We operate a number of job boards,...

    Hi LouLou,
    We operate a number of job boards, including Jobs in HR - we see lots of jobs using the word 'coordinator' in the title, particularly HR Coordinator.

    In the private sector a HR...
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    SJD, it's not inappropriate to negotiate, if you...

    SJD, it's not inappropriate to negotiate, if you think you have valid grounds to do so, but you need to be tactful. Maybe do some more homework on salary levels by talking to a recruitment company...
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    Obviously Tiger and I have very different views...

    Obviously Tiger and I have very different views on what this role should pay. I am basing my figures on the job title, from what we see advertised one one of our job boards (Jobs in HR). It's common...
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    Okay, so 200-250 employees? That's quite...

    Okay, so 200-250 employees? That's quite significant in a standalone role, particularly as it sounds like you have more than one office in the region.

    Normally, I would say the PV should be in...
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    Hi SJD, This sounds like a great opportunity...

    Hi SJD,

    This sounds like a great opportunity for you.

    HR Manager salaries can vary dramatically and it's hard to be specific without a bit more detail, particularly the number of people in the...
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    Interesting thread. Can't help wondering how many...

    Interesting thread. Can't help wondering how many other fast food outlet operators and other retail business operators either have no knowledge of their legal responsibilities or are intentionally...
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    Sticky: Hi everyone, Here at Jobs in HR we know how...

    Hi everyone,

    Here at Jobs in HR we know how tough it is to get that first career break and get an entry level job in HR, that's why we have created a dedicated URL specifically for Juniour/Entry...
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    I was under the impression that the old employer...

    I was under the impression that the old employer had already terminated the employment of workforce, but employees did not at this point have an offer of employment from the new owner. They are...
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    If the employment contracts are being terminated...

    If the employment contracts are being terminated by the original employer, then all entitlements should be paid out at that point, including redundancy and LSL.

    The new owners may not be obliged...
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    HR/IR News Catch Up 26 Nov 2014

    This week's headlines;



    A third of companies in Australia have no women in key management jobs.


    Big data could be a big problem for workplace discrimination law
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    HR/IR News Catch Up 14 Nov 2014

    This week's headlines

    Find the following articles and more at www.jobsinhr.com.au/news (mobile friendly)




    Age Discrimination Commissioner Susan Ryan says workplaces need an overhaul to...
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    HR/IR News Catch Up 29 Oct 2014

    This week's headlines - for more detail and article links visit Human Resource related news





    Australians give teamwork the cold shoulder
    Unions begin bid to head off public sector job...
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    HR/IR News update 8 Oct 2014

    We have re-organised the way in which we publish HR/IR News.

    Each week we now update the following web page Human Resource related news

    We will endeavour to keep this forum updated with the...
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    HR/IR News 24 Sep 2014

    HR/IR Related News

    JBWere exec claims $4.5m for sex harassment
    A former Queensland state manager of JBWere claims she was sexually *harassed and bullied to stand down from her high-paying...
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    HR/IR News 12 Sep 2014

    HR/IR News from the Jobs in HR weekly bulletin


    Queensland public servants trial digital hubs, flexible work arrangements
    Queensland public servants could soon be working remotely if a trial...
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    Hi col_miner, You are basically on what is...

    Hi col_miner,

    You are basically on what is commonly termed "gardening leave". Assuming the employment contract is worded correctly, you are effectively still employed by the company until the end...
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    HR/IR News 4 Sep 2014

    HR/IR News from the Jobs in HR weekly bulletin


    Superannuation changes to leave Australians 'demonstrably worse off', industry says
    Industry Super Australia chief executive David Whiteley said...
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    HR/IR News 27 Aug 2014

    HR/IR Related News from the Jobs in HR weekly bulletin


    Penalty rates appeal rejected by Federal Court
    Stephen Cartwright, the CEO of the state’s peak business organisation, NSW Business...
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    HR/IR News 20 Aug 2014

    HR/IR Related News from the Jobs in HR weekly bulletin

    How to motivate employees with just one word
    What we need is a way to give employees the feeling of working as a team, even when they...
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    Why Australian bonuses are broken

    Interesting article from the AFR.

    Most Australian employers, from big banks to other listed companies, are failing to get much “bang for their buck” when it comes to staff bonuses, new research...
  23. Hi Molly, Casual workers are normally paid a...

    Hi Molly,

    Casual workers are normally paid a "loading" because they don't accrue any paid personal leave or annual leave.

    The loading is normally in the range of 15%-25% of the permanent...
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    HR/IR News 6 Aug 2014

    Adverse action claims available despite lengthy absence from work
    The Federal Circuit Court has dispelled any lingering doubts as whether or not employers can safely terminate employment following a...
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    HR/IR News Update 31 July 2014

    Can't Get a Job From an Algorithm, or So It Seems as Hot Resumes Go Nowhere Fast
    Is the use of technology that uses ultra-specific criteria to screen candidates, actually inefficient?
    Read more
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