With the annual office closure for the Small Business Superannuation Clearing House approaching.
There are key dates you need to be aware of These are: 5.30 pm AEDT on 15 December 2021 - all Super guarantee (SG) payments received after the closing of business on this date will be processed from 4 January 2022 28 January 2022 - SG quarterly payments are due. You can still access ATO online systems during their office closure, however, Small Business contact centres will be clo
Other than small businesses with less than 15 employees, employers will need to assess whether to offer permanent employment to their existing casual employees by 27th September 2021. Casual employees must be offered a permanent position in writing: · If they have worked for them for at least twelve months. · They have worked the same number of hours consistently for the past six months. · Their regular hours could be maintained as a permanent employee without significa
Over the next couple of months, we have a number of public holidays. We have been receiving some questions about how you treat these in JobKeeper, so we have summarised some useful information for you below: Public holidays (extract from Fair Work Ombudsman) Public holiday pay needs to be included when calculating an employee’s usual pay if the employee: Would normally have worked on the public holiday if the JobKeeper enabling stand down direction hadn’t been given. W
Time off is essential for everyone's health and well being. When employees have had a break from work, they come back more focused and productive. Understanding the different types of leave and holidays and the rules around them can help you better manage leave for your staff and keep them happy. Annual leave
Employees take annual leave for rest, recreation, or other personal reasons. Certain conditions apply on when employees become entitled to annual leave, and employment l
With great employees comes great responsibility! The time before your new employee starts is an opportunity to check your employer responsibilities and make sure you’re well prepared. Always act in good faith and treat employees fairly
When interacting with employees, every action must be done in good faith. Follow a fair process and be honest at all times.
Allow employees to raise concerns and respond to them immediately. If you have an issue with an employee, discuss it wit
Getting a new employee on board can mean working through lots of to-do items. We’ve made a handy checklists to make the process easier for you. 1. You’ll need certain details from your new employee before you can pay them, and also for record keeping and as required by law. · NAT 3092 tax file number declaration form · NAT 13080 super choice form (also known as superannuation standard choice form) 2. Documents to request · If necessary, a copy of the licence required for the
Hiring is a big move. From setting a salary, to recruiting, onboarding, and payroll – there’s a lot to get right. We have put together some tips and links to help you though the process. Are you ready to hire your first employee? Or do you have a few employees but want to improve your hiring process and find more good ones? Firstly, congrats! Hiring is a challenge but is a huge milestone and a sign that your business is growing. Hiring is about finding good employees, getting