Changes to casual employment - casual conversion


As of 28 September 2021 if you run a business with 15 or more employees the rules about offers and requests for casual conversions are generally as follows:


You must offer your casual employees a casual conversion if:

  • You have employed the individual for 12 months

  • Your employee has worked regular patterns of hours for at least the last 6 months on an ongoing basis

  • The regular hours for the employee could continue as a permanent employee without significant changes

Detailed information can be downloaded in the Fair Work Information Statement below

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Small businesses (fewer than 15 employees)

If you are a small business you do not have to offer your employees a casual conversion.


Find out more information about what a small business employer is and the rules www.fairwork.gov.au/casualconversion


As always, if you have any questions give me and the team a call or email anytime Regards,


Adrian De Vito - CPA


The material and contents provided in this publication are informative in nature only. It is not intended to be advice and you should not act specifically on the basis of this information alone. If you have any queries please contact myself or a member of the Clear Accounting Solutions team

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