I will pay for the following essay Australian Workplace Law. The essay is to be 14 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
The prospective employee being chosen and agreement either made verbally or in written constitutes the offer. Here the prospective employee is required to sign a copy of the offer letter and return it back to the employer as a sign of acceptance. The agreement made between the parties to a contract bears monetary consideration wherein the employee is aptly remunerated through compensation packages like wage and salary in lieu of the services offered. In the case of minors entering into a contractual agreement, it is observed that they can enter into contracts for the need of satisfying trifle wants like food and clothing or in taking coaching. However, children below 18 years of age being employed into industries serve as a controversial issue. Farmers in Australia can well employ their children into farming practices and are paid accordingly as justified by the Australian Fair Pay and Conditions Standard for juniors. Persons with mental disability are eligible to enter into a contractual agreement and can obtain the benefit of the court in case of being exploited by the employer. The employer is required to ensure that all employees whether disabled or not should clearly understand the documents relating to workplace rules and regulations before accepting such. In regards to the level of compensation paid the Australian Fair Pay and Conditions Standard has enabled special rates for the disabled community. Coercive practices in employment are strictly prohibited and are governed by the Work Choices Law. The termination of employment contracts is governed by the state and federal industrial legislation. (Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 2007. Executive Rights, 2010)
b) The Australian workplaces from 1 July 2009 have come under the realm of Fair Work Act 2009. The new system brought about by the Fair Work Act 2009 constitutes the system of enterprise bargaining. .