Labour laws this governs the relationship between

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Labour laws This governs the relationship between employers, worker, governments and trade unions. In Australia, the Fair Work Act 2009 governs labour laws and it covers: Hiring and firing of employees Discrimination against applicants Offers of employment Employment contracts Benefits/entitlements Wages Superannuation Long service leave Taxation Terms and conditions Workplace health and safety (WHS) Records Notice requirements Redundancy Unfair dismissal
Business College at International House RTO Code: 91109 CRICOS 02623G Level 1, 203 Clarence St, Sydney NSW 2000 | Floor 1, 237 Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022 3 Searcy St, Darwin NT 0800 | Level 6, 601 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000 [email protected]| Termination payments Litigation. In addition to this, there are ten national employment standards: Hours of work Request for flexible working arrangements Annual leave Personal/carer's leave Compassionate leave Community service leave Public holidays Unpaid parental leave Notice of termination and redundancy pay Fair Work Information Statement. You will also need to know the labour laws of the countries for your potential markets, so as to know how you will deal with employees in the countries you are trading in. Legal aspects of bilateral and multi-lateral trade agreements As well as knowing what the bilateral and multi-lateral trade agreements that Australia holds with other countries are, you need to know the legal aspects of them. These may include: Article 13, Un charter Article 24 of GATT.
Business College at International House RTO Code: 91109 CRICOS 02623G Level 1, 203 Clarence St, Sydney NSW 2000 | Floor 1, 237 Oxford St, Bondi Junction NSW 2022 3 Searcy St, Darwin NT 0800 | Level 6, 601 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000 [email protected]| The United Nations UN Charter Article 13 states: The General Assembly shall initiate studies and make recommendations for the purpose of: a) promoting international co-operation in the political field and encouraging the progressive development of international law and its codification Source: Article 24 of GATT states: […] the provisions of this Agreement shall not p revent, as between the territories of contracting parties, the formation of a customs union or of a free-trade area or the adoption of an interim agreement necessary for the formation of a customs union or of a free-trade area; Provided that: (a) with respect to a customs union, or an interim agreement leading to a formation of a customs union, the duties and other regulations of commerce imposed at the institution of any such union or interim agreement in respect of trade with contracting parties not parties to such union or agreement shall not on the whole be higher or more restrictive than the general incidence of the duties and regulations of commerce applicable in the constituent territories prior to the formation of such union or the adoption of such interim agreement, as the case may be;

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