Legal requirements & obligations
In Australia, you can make an employee redundant under certain circumstances, but there are legal requirements and obligations that you must follow. Redundancy is when a job is no longer required to be performed by anyone, typically due to changes in the business, organisational restructuring, or other operational reasons. When making an employee redundant, you should consider the following key points.
The rules and regulations surrounding redundancy in Australia can be complex, and they may vary depending on the state or territory you operate in and the specific circumstances of the redundancy. Therefore, it's important to be familiar with the applicable laws and to consult with legal or HR professionals to ensure you are following the correct procedures.
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