non-small business employer

Non-small business employers are employers with more than 15 employees. This count includes employees of any associated entities but excludes casual employees unless they work regularly and systematically.

Non-small business employers are businesses with a workforce exceeding 15. This number isn't just the direct employees but also includes staff in any related companies. However, casual employees are only counted if they have a consistent and systematic work pattern. This classification is important for certain legal and regulatory purposes such as determining eligibility for certain Fair Work provisions.

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