Tax Talk Bites | August 2019
In tax talk bites, we briefly comment on items of interest to readers.
Casual employment allows for flexibility in a workforce; however it can often be incorrectly implemented and managed by employers. Unfortunately, many employers unknowingly engage employees with the incorrect type of employment agreement. Such a mistake can be costly and land you in the Employment Relations Authority or Employment Court. So, what actually is casual employment?
A casual employment relationship is short, casual in essence, informal, uncertain and irregular without continuity of employment. Work may be rejected just as easily as it is accepted by the employee.
Casual employment is:
If you are concerned that your individual employee arrangements do not meet the legal requirements of a casual, please talk to us about what types of employment agreements would be more suitable for your business.
If you have any questions about the suitability of agreements for your staff, feel free to contact any of our HR Consultants.
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