national workplace relations system

The national workplace relations system encompasses a set of laws that apply to most Australian employers and employees. This includes the Fair Work Act 2009, National Employment Standards, and various registered agreements and awards.

The national workplace relations system forms the legal framework of employment in Australia. It includes key legislations like the Fair Work Act 2009, which sets the standards for fair work practices. The National Employment Standards outline fundamental employee rights while registered agreements and awards specify pay and conditions for different industries and jobs. This system ensures a uniform and fair approach to employment across the country.

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