Q4 2022 HR Compliance Navigator Report
Keeping your organisation compliant requires staying up to date on constantly changing legislation and regulations. By staying aware of the latest rules in protected leave, record keeping and hours of work, you can avoid costly fines and penalties that come with lack of action or inaccurate compliance guidelines.
We are pleased to introduce our latest APJ HR Compliance Navigator for Q4 2022, combining the most important updates of Q2 and Q3 and showing how to implement them properly to remain compliant. It details new and updated legislation like the Introduction of Paid Family & Domestic Leave, Wage Rate Increases, SCHADS Award Changes and more.
Here are some major updates featured in the report:
- New record keeping standards and obligations
- Changes to the national minimum wage and award minimum wages
- Updated regulations to include the increase in remote and hybrid work
- Revisions to the 2020 Fast Food Industry Award
- Announcement of $65,000 penalties for convictions related to WHS offences
Regulations are bound to cause some level of disruption. By staying on top of the latest information and investing in robust workforce management solutions capable of making automated adjustments in line with compliance (like the WorkForce Suite), your organisation can better manage these updates.
Read the Q4 2022 HR Compliance Navigator Report, and be sure to check back for future updates on changes to workforce related legislation, regulations and awards.
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