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the induction period to check your progress – use these opportunities to ask your employer questions.... What Will I Need to Know? TOP Induction and probation periods... Induction training (or orientation) is designed to help you get the information you need on how the farm... • 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
 - Word Doc TOP Induction Realistically, an employee can’t be expected to... induction training.  REMEMBER Make sure employees know who they can ask, or where... they can go, if they need any further information after the induction process. It’s important that an... Ensure that the successful candidate signs the letter of offer and a written contract before commencing work.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Finding And Hiring Employees ⇒ Selecting An Applicant And Making An Offer
with reasonable hours clear induction process for all staff clear and... probationary period (see How do I employ someone ? for information on probationary periods). Plan to...  provides prompts for discussing the actions of the previous review period as well as enabling you to... 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
including where these policies and procedures are kept, during the Induction   process. Your employer... will most likely give you a safety induction checklist that has information relevant to your workplace.... The sample safety induction checklist is an example only and does not take into account an... 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
read more information about the NES here . As part of your induction process, your employer should... they can begin preparing all the necessary paperwork for your employment. (See induction checklist... – Word Doc Induction checklist - Word Doc Sitemap... 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
 - Link Farm health and safety overview checklist  - Word Doc Safety Induction for Employees  -... providing a summary of the most important policies. This should be discussed and signed at the Induction... standards, internet and email use. Safety Induction Checklist  - can be used to create safety protocols... 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
a Notice Period Payment for work performed until time of termination  Superannuation... employment period is 12 months. For businesses with 15 employees or more, the minimum employment period is... ordinary hours of work. See the table below to determine the redundancy pay period based on an employee’s...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Employee Leave Holidays And Termination ⇒ Terminating Employment
information listed below and be filled in during an employee Induction  and updated, as required.... signed copy of any induction or OHS training received Payslips; for a full list of information... slip can seem a bit scary at first glance. However, if you have followed the Induction Checklist...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Pay Rates Awards And Payroll ⇒ Managing Farm Payroll
leave. The maximum amount of annual leave that can be cashed out in any 12-month period is 2 weeks and... period. Parental leave pay is taxable and can be received at the same time as annual leave, long... two day period, two separate periods of one day each, or any other periods that are agreed to by both... 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
working the combined mobs. Now they can muster up to 900 head without extra labour, and the induction... No regrets about swapping breeding for cattle trading

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30 year period from 1974-75 to 2003-04 at an average rate of 2.8 percent, consistently out-performing... Agriculture plays a huge role in Australia and is a vital part of our economy. It also contributes to our social and environmental sustainability. The meat and livestock industries produce and process meat products for domestic and export markets. Australia is one of the largest exporters of beef, mutton and lamb in the world, a trade that is very valuable to our economy.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Why Work In Agriculture ⇒ Introduction To Agriculture
loading, leave entitlements, and notice period for termination of employment. Refer to the Awards... 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
a probation or learning period, the cost of your own time to conduct interviews, inductions, and... 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
REMEMBER Minimum wages will change each year as of the first pay period on or after the 1 st of July... NOTE Pay rates will change as of the first pay period on or after 1 July each year – double check...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Pay Rates Awards And Payroll ⇒ Award Rates Work Agreements And Pay Entitlements
systematic basis for an ongoing period and they have a reasonable expectation of continuing work. For more... Any changes to minimum wages start to apply from the first pay period on or after 1 July. ...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Rights And Responsibilities As An Employer ⇒ Legal Requirements

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