The Fair Work Commission Full Bench hearing the SCHADS Award Review has prepared a survey for employers in the sector. The Bench wants to survey employers so as to be better informed when considering matters related to the Review and any subsequent variations that may need to be made to the Award. Employers should be aware that if they are unable or unwilling to complete the survey they may be required to attend the Commission to give evidence on the questions asked in this survey. The survey should only be completed once per organisation. If you are not the appropriate person to complete this survey on behalf of your organisation, please ensure it is brought to the attention of that person.The survey seeks information from employers covered by the SCHADS Award including their sector, coverage by an Enterprise Agreement or the Award, employee numbers and employment type, casual employee engagement patterns, shift engagement patterns, as well as employer location and employer association membership. Information collected by the Commission about employers that complete the survey will be used for the sole purpose of excluding them from attending to give evidence. Data will be provided in aggregate form and will not identify any employers that completed the survey.Find the survey link here.A Word version of the survey is also available. The survey will close at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, 12 June 2019.
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