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and your employer to identify areas where you may need more training or experience.   Probation... your employer to see if you are suited to the role and the business.  It is also a time when you should... the induction period to check your progress – use these opportunities to ask your employer questions.... • Inductions and probation periods • Rosters & timesheets • Pay slips • IFAs • Ending your employment

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ What To Expect In The Workplace ⇒ What Will I Need To Know
Safety in the Workplace TOP Employer and Worker Responsibilities... priority for everyone on the farm. It is not just an employer’s responsibility to make sure all workers are... creating any risks or hazards for others on the farm.  It is the employer’s responsibility to ensure... We all deserve a safe place to live and work, preventing injuries in the workplace should be a priority for everyone on the farm. It is not just an employer’s responsibility to make sure all workers are safe. You also have a responsibility to perform your job in the safest possible way and to avoid creating any risks or hazards for others on the farm.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ What To Expect In The Workplace ⇒ Safety In The Workplace
helps minimise any risks of legal action, protect your reputation as an employer and the reputation of... when there is no valid reason for dismissal, the process used by the employer to terminate the employee... present at any discussions about dismissal? Did the employer follow the Small Business Fair...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Employee Leave Holidays And Termination ⇒ Terminating Employment
employer will have a strong understanding of the role and type of person they want for their farm, and be... These days it's almost impossible to do all the work on our farms without at least a little help from the outside workforce. Successful farms are run by successful employers, this isn't something that happens by chance. An organised employer will have a strong understanding of the role and type of person they want for their farm, and be able to communicate their expectations clearly. This gives them a better chance of finding and keeping the right person for the job.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Getting Ready To Employ Someone ⇒ Planning For New Employees On Your Farm
expected tasks, see the references in determining pay rates and classifications  in the employer... under the Pastoral Award 2010. Make sure you read the relevant award carefully and ask your employer... industry specific information under Awards   in the employer section on this site. The Fair Work... As an employee, you should be given a classification which accurately reflects your skills, experience and the work to be performed. Depending on your industry you are working in, the classification will be based on either the Pastoral Award 2010, Horticulture Award 2010, or the Cotton Ginning Award 2010.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Getting Employed ⇒ How Much Should I Get Paid
signed by both the employer and the employee. See the reference section below for contract examples and... casual employee, the identity of the employer, their hours of work, their classification and their rate... the name of the employer; the name of the employee; whether employment is full time or part... It's important that both you and your workers share the same expectations to ensure a smooth working relationship.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Getting Ready To Employ Someone ⇒ Documents You Will Need To Employ Someone
classroom style, online or a mixture of all. Your employer may be willing to subsidise training for you, so... employer so you can start planning for other training that may be required. Your employer may also be able... employer (current and future) to see it, think twice about putting it up. It could come back to haunt you ... Like professional development, education and training opportunities come in many different forms. These range from one-on-one training, to short courses, to Degrees, Diplomas and Certificate courses.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Managing Your Ag Career ⇒ Goals And Direction
agreement and the employer agrees. Each agreement to cash out annual leave must be in writing. Employees... leave by agreement with the employer. See the Resources section below for Cashing Out Annual Leave... service leave or other employer funded paid parental leave. See the paid parental leave fact sheet... Covering the different types of leave such as Annual, Personal and Parental leave as well as employee Superannuation and Holiday Pay

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Employee Leave Holidays And Termination ⇒ Employee Leave Entitlements And Public Holidays
celebrate successes. Previous winners in 2012 of the Employer of the Year award, Tania says the new... Award winning Heywood farmers Stephen and Tania

Your Stories ⇒ Awards Winners Are In For The Long Run
Advertising your employment opportunities can help you find a suitable person to fill your staffing needs. How you advertise the job will affect who applies for it

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Finding And Hiring Employees ⇒ Advertising Positions And Interviewing Applicants
to give your employer copies of your working visa, passport, tax file number, superannuation fund,... employer and employee. Working holiday visa holders who perform ‘specified work’, in an eligible regional...

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Visas And Contracts ⇒ Coming From Overseas
ways an employer can engage your services - within the agriculture industry, most people will be... under different types of employment  in the employer section on the People in Agriculture website.... Unlike employees, a contractor is usually able to negotiate their own working fees and conditions and has precise expertise or knowledge in a specific area.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Visas And Contracts ⇒ Independent Contractors
22 yo Erwin is running a South Gippsland dairy farm with his new wife Stacey.

Your Stories ⇒ Dutch Courage Pays Off
skills and experiences. Your employer should be able to get a sense of you as a person through your... build a good working relationship with your employer based on the facts. It’s ok to admit you don’t know... others in the workplace. It is important your employer knows how much experience you have in operating a... There are a number of web sites that advertise for either industry specific roles or general employment in the agriculture industry. Researching and searching online is a great first point of call, especially if you are looking to move into a new location or industry to get a sense of what employment opportunities are available.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Getting Employed ⇒ Finding Work
employees, how much leave or overtime employees are entitled to, notice periods, employee and employer... want to attract the ‘right person for the job’. Whilst an employer must comply with the minimum rates... an employer and an employee which is registered with the relevant State or Territory training...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Pay Rates Awards And Payroll ⇒ Award Rates Work Agreements And Pay Entitlements
safer. TOP Workplace health and safety (WHS) principles An employer is required by law... injury or work-related illness to their supervisor or employer as soon as possible, some accidents should... the treating doctor, where the injury requires treatment, and give the certificate to the employer... In addition to the obvious reasons for maintaining a safe environment for workers, employees, contractors, family, visitors, and members of the public, there are also legal obligations when looking at health and safety in the workplace.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Rights And Responsibilities As An Employer ⇒ Providing A Safe Workplace
with their employer.” Will enjoys share farming as it allows him to own cows, manage feed diets,... to get there. - Discuss your career path with your employer: talk about your career and/or if you... When Will Colbert left school he became an apprentice butcher, but with a childhood of working on his parent’s dairy farm at Yarram, Victoria, he soon missed being outdoors.

Your Stories ⇒ Will Colbert Share Farmer Nilma North Victoria
the first time or if you have been an employer for a while - it’s important that you understand what... making). Sometimes that person’s employment status on the farm, as an employer or an independent... their employer. This can disrupt the workplace and might end up costing you money due to loss of income....

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Rights And Responsibilities As An Employer ⇒ Legal Requirements
No regrets about swapping breeding for cattle trading

Your Stories ⇒ Trading In The Cows And The Crop
Brodie Chester and Kevin Game have a passion for animals and love of the farming lifestyle.

Your Stories ⇒ Brodie Chester And Kevin Game Lessee Bega New South Wales
per year off as a block. Talk to your employer in advance so they are aware of your plans.  Mix... Work life balance is the important balance between work and play. Too much work can make you tired, stressed and bored. Too little work can mean you lose focus, enthusiasm and money. The aim is to get enough work to keep you interested and enough leisure time to have fun.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Managing Your Ag Career ⇒ Work Life Balance
pay their contributions into your employer-nominated or default fund.   All awards contain details of...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Pay Rates Awards And Payroll ⇒ Managing Farm Payroll
advice on nutrition and breeding plans. “In my opinion, a good employer is someone who is clear with... Queensland farmer, Nikita Suridge works on a 900 hectare dairy as a Milker

Your Stories ⇒ Nikita Suridge Milker
Employees who are happy in the workplace and are provided with relevant training, encouragement, guidance, reward, and possibilities for career development, will be much more likely to work harder, care about doing their job properly and want to help you grow your business.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Workplace Training And Development ⇒ Professional Development And Performance Appraisals

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