The Fair Work Commission can't give you advice about your legal rights and obligations, or provide you with detailed information about how work should be organised in your workplace.
However some places to find information are listed below:
The Commission does not investigate allegations of breaches of pay and conditions in the workplace.
You can contact the Fair Work Ombudsman regarding:
Visit the Fair Work Ombudsman's Consultation & cooperation page for detailed information about best practice consultation in the workplace.
The Commission can't give you advice on performance management, or setting up performance management systems in your workplace.
Below are some places to go for information and guides:
Workplaces can develop policies and procedures for matters including:
The Commission can't provide you with advice about writing workplace policies, processes and procedures.
As the Commission does not provide advice or assistance on this process, some places to find information are listed below.
The Australian Human Rights Commission provides guidelines on best practice recruitment and selection.
The Fair Work Ombudsman has information on its website about what employers should do for a newly recruited employee.
Job Access is a federal government initiative created to find workplace solutions for people with disability and their employers. The site has information on a wide range of employment matters written for:
Australian Government employment service providers.
The Commission can't provide you with advice about workplace culture.
The Fair Work Ombudsman provides extensive material about flexible workplace arrangements and other considerations that may impact upon the culture of a workplace. For further information refer to their Best Practice Guides.