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If you employ people you are required to keep employment records. Some employment records must be kept for 7 years, even if they are no longer employed by you or your business. These records include employee details including information about pay, leave and hours of work, reimbursements of work-related expenses, workers compensation insurance for each employee and superannuation contribution amounts. 

While not all employee records have to be kept, it is best practice to keep other records to provide a full employment history, these include resumes and job applications, contracts of employment, performance reviews and trade or registration certificates. 


Record of Employment Details

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