Ombudsman to pay visit

BLACKWATER and Springsure businesses are on notice the Fair Work Ombudsman will be making education visits between now and July to help employers better understand the national workplace relations system.

Inspectors will provide information packs to around 40 businesses previously covered by Queensland industrial relations.

FWO executive director Michael Campbell said the informal visits would help employers understand national workplace laws, including the National Employment Standard and Modern Award.

“We are strongly focused on ensuring the community understands its workplace rights and obligations,” he said.

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