Redundancy & employment laws
Making someone redundant in Australia involves following a specific legal process to ensure you comply with the Fair Work Act and other relevant employment laws. Redundancy is a situation where a job is no longer required, which is different from terminating an employee for other reasons, such as poor performance. Here are the general steps to make someone redundant in Australia.
It's important to consult with legal professionals or employment experts to ensure that you comply with all relevant laws and regulations, as they may change over time. Redundancy can be a complex process, and any mistakes in the procedure can result in legal challenges and potential financial penalties for the employer.
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