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Is your service keeping up with Long Service Leave compliance requirements?

Posted by Network SA on Friday, August 11, 2017

There are specific records which must be kept for each employee in OSHC and long day care services under the Long Service Leave Act 1987 and the Long Service Leave Regulations 2002.

To view some of them Network SA Extra Members can download a copy here in our HR Resources under Leave.

If you have never read, and/or fully understood, the Long Service Leave
Act 1987 and Regulations 2002, how will you know that you are complying with the relevant requirements?
How can you be sure you are putting aside the correct financial provisions to meet your obligations, when the time comes for staff to take LSL or to apply for payment in lieu of LSL?

We have two more Long Service Leave training sessions on offer through Network SA this year.

The first session on the 13th September is over 50% full already.

Long Service Leave
When: Wednesday 13 September, 2017
Time: 9.30am - 1.00pm
Where: Lounge on Gibson, 77 Gibson Street, Bowden
Cost: Members $110 + GST
Non Members $160 + GST
Members please remember to log in the members area on the website first before you register for training.

Book in now 

The second session date will be released soon. We encourage our members to book early before we send training updates to non-members.

Bev Pope, Senior Management Consultant
Network SA.



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