When it’s Time to Bring Employees on Board – What you need to know


The type of employees that you choose is a very important decision and you need to be aware of the legal ramifications relating to each and manage them accordingly and appropriately. Follow ‘best practice’ to reduce the costs, minimise legal exposure and develop an engaged workforce.

Types of employees

  • Permanent full-time
  • Permanent part-time
  • Casual employment
  • Non-employees such as independent contractor
  • Labour hire workers

Your business has its own set of unique operational requirements and what meets your needs won’t necessarily meet the needs of another.


Discover the answers to the below in our easy to follow “fact sheet”

  • What type of employees do you need
  • What about the Probation period
  • Record keeping – what do I need
  • Taking on a New Employee – Checklist



An Employer must give every new employee a copy of the Fair Work Information Statement before, or as soon as possible after, they start their new job. Penalties of up to $63,000 for a corporation and $12,600 for an individual may be imposed if employers do not comply with this requirement. Have you given you team their Fair Work Statement??


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