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Make sure you have proper contracts in place with staff undertaking work experience.
A Work Experience Agreement lays out ground rules for bringing on work experience staff, and helps protect your company’s information and intellectual property.
A Work Experience Agreement drafted to meet your specific requirements, which can be used for all future work experience staff
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An Work Experience Agreement covers important matters such as termination rights and pay rates (if any). It also has provisions to ensure your information is kept confidential and that you’ll own the intellectual property in your work experience staff’s work.
It can also contain any other provisions and protections you’d like in the agreement or anything else our lawyers would recommend for your particular situation.
An Work Experience Agreement keeps your business’ important information confidential and ensures you’ll own the intellectual property in your work experience staff’s work.
Another good reason to speak to a lawyer about a Work Experience Agreement is to ensure you’re meeting your legal obligations regarding work experience.
The Fair Work Act has fairly strict laws regarding work experience, in order to prevent businesses using work experience staff as a means to avoid paying minimum wage. It is important that your business complies with these laws, and that the work experience is a ‘true’ work experience program in the eyes of the law. Otherwise, you could be fined or sued. Our lawyers can advise on this as part of our service.
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