CCIQ 101 Series: Community Service Leave
Has one of your employees had the call up for jury duty lately or to help out in their volunteer organisation in its time of need? While they may be performing their civic duty, your business could be left worse off due to their absence.
Our next 101 Series session is about Community Service Leave, an entitlement which allows employees to take time off for their community service obligations. Understanding how this entitlement is applied can be difficult, especially when attempting to dismiss an employee during community service leave can attract severe penalties.
Your ticket price includes:
A copy of CCIQ's The Community Service Leave Guide, valued over $250
Attendance to the 1-hour session
Why you should attend:
Our CCIQ Employer Assistance advisors will provide answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about Community Service Leave with basic fundamentals of the topic. The information outlined in the free guide reflects only current legislation and you can count on it to help you implement best practice policies in your workplace.
You will learn:
- What you are required to pay employees in jury service
- What the courts pay for jury service in Queensland
- How employees engaged in an emergency service are protected under the Fair Work Act
- Pay entitlements for employees engaged in an emergency management activity
- How your obligations may vary under modern awards or an enterprise agreement
- How to calculate payment in relation to jury service
When: Tue 27 Feb, 7:30 am to 8:30 am
Venue: CCIQ (Industry House) 376 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill QLD 4000
Cost: $330 for Members, $397 or Non-Members (Light refreshments including tea and coffee will be provided)