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Part 3 In Part 1 of this series we looked at having the discussion with the departing employee about their impending leave. Then, in Part 2 of this series we looked at what to ask candidates to assess their willingness to take on a replacement fixed-term role. Now, in Part … Continue reading
In Part 1 of this series we went through the questions (and information) that you need to obtain from the departing employee before embarking on obtaining the replacement employee. Now that you’re equipped with the knowledge to proceed with planning for their absence, it’s important to turn your mind to … Continue reading
Our top tips for making sure you don’t throw the baby out with the bath water! Part 1 First off – the discussion with your pregnant employee. Before you can even plan for the replacement employee, you first need to uncover a whole lot of information from your departing employee. … Continue reading
An employee who’s been on unpaid parental leave is entitled to come back to the job they had before going on leave, even if another person is working in their role as a replacement. They also have the right to request flexible work arrangements, but there are some rules about … Continue reading
Casual workers can be covered by unfair dismissal laws under the Fair Work Act, if they are long-term casual workers who have an expectation of continued employment. The casual worker in question must have worked in the role for at least 6 months or more, be able to show they … Continue reading