An Employment Contract – Full-Time Non-Award is an agreement between an employer company and an employee that sets out the rights and obligations of both parties. You should use this document if you are hiring a full-time employee.

This document is a common law employment agreement, and is not applicable for an employee covered by a Fair Work Australia award. For an employee covered by a Fair Work Australia award, please contact us using the form and one of our lawyers will be in touch.

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You will need the following information to generate your document:

  • Employment start date
  • Description of the employee’s duties
  • Employee’s position title
  • Annual rate of pay including superannuation
  • Frequency of salary payments
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What’s included?

Important policies covered in the LVDox™ Free Employment Contract – Full-Time Non-Award include:

  • Position, Duties, and Working Hours;
  • Salary and Additional Benefits;
  • Notice Period, Annual Leave and Termination Provisions; and
  • Confidentiality Provisions, Intellectual Property Provisions and Tax Arrangements.

If your employment needs are more complex, then it’s important that you have a lawyer assist you.

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