REEFWA

Real estate employers federation of western australia

REEFWA Members

Enjoy dual membership with CCIWA, advocacy at all levels of government, training and access to up-to-date employment templates and legislation.

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CCIWA has created a free comprehensive COVID-19 website that includes online resources, advice on areas such as managing economic impacts, managing employees, business continuity, working from home, communicating with staff, and a range of templates and information booklets you can download. It is updated regularly with the latest information that has been released.

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MANDATORY VACCINATION RULES UPDATE

By Justin Lillyman

In November 2021, the State Government announced extended mandatory vaccination rules that will cover 75 per cent of the WA workforce — more than 1 million workers. 

XMAS WORK FUNCTIONS – AVOIDING THE JANUARY HANGOVER

By Justin Lillyman

It has been noted from previous years that calls to the Employee Relations Advice Centre often spike in January with employers seeking advice on incidents alleged to have occurred at end-of-year work functions. 

New Respect@Work Legislation

By Justin Lilleyman

In response to the recommendations of the Australian Human Rights Commission report, Respect@Work: National Inquiry into Sexual Harassment in Australian Workplaces, the Federal parliament has passed new legislation that will apply to all Australian workplaces.

Is your Business Paying your Employees Correctly?

By Justin Lilleyman

Over the past few years there have been many high profile companies facing public, media and regulatory scrutiny involving incorrect payment of employees wages and entitlements.

Award Coverage

By Paris Lynch

In Western Australia there are two Industrial Relations Jurisdictions. The Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FW Act) covers National System Employers and the Industrial Relations Act 1979 (WA) (IR Act) and Minimum Conditions of Employment Act 1993 covers State System Employers.

Mental Health in the Workplace

By Justin Lilleyman

Managing people is complex and challenging in itself. Managing staff with suspected or known mental health issues is even more demanding as you need to ensure you take a sensitive and effective approach that is consistent with legislative requirements.

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