Protect Yourself when Hiring Employees

Workforce Guardian 

Employment Contracts are not easy to manage, but are required to comply with Australian employment law. Employment law is confusing, complex and about to change again with the election of a Labor Government. Business owners often need help to generate compliant agreements and gain access to easy-to-use employment templates, letters and forms.

Workforce Guardian’s market-leading contract generation technology allows you to produce the right type of employment contract for each employee in a simple and logical way, providing peace of mind if you are not sure which one to use. Our employment contracts are produced using interview style questions to mirror the type of questions your lawyer would ask.

Workforce Guardian currently provides 6 types of employment agreements to suit all business situations so that you can choose the one that most suits the employee situation. Our employment contracts include:

  • Australian Workplace Agreements (AWA)
  • Common Law Agreements
  • Independent Contractor Agreements
  • Agreements for Award covered employees
  • Employee Collective Agreements
  • Union Collective Agreements

Any AWA made before the Rudd Government changes the law will run until its expiry date (up to end 2012).

Once the Rudd Government does change the law then Workforce Guardian will offer Individual Transitional Employment Agreements (ITEAs) as one of its employment contracts to replace Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs).

Workforce Guardian also provides an invaluable document library at your fingertips containing over 80 employment templates, guides, forms and letters to help you successfully hire, manage and fire staff.

All our employment agreements and employment templates have been verified by employment law experts at Clayton Utz so you get to the benefits of top class legal advice without paying the hefty fees.

For as little as $950 per year, you can say goodbye to worrying whether you’re protected. Say goodbye to expensive lawyers. Say hello to Workforce Guardian. Say hello to the comfort of protection.

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