The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) has a range of practical, ready-to-use forms and guides to assist with all employee and industrial relations matters.
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CCI HR Business Basics
CCI’s HR Business Basics Manual is your complete guide to managing the employment life cycle, containing information and forms on recruitment right through to termination and everything else in between.
CCI Quick Guide
Available only to CCI Members, this guide provides an overview of key employment issues like recruitment and termination, employment contracts, minimum conditions, performance management, workplace bargaining and more.
CCI Employers’ Guide to the Fair Work Act
This regularly updated guide explains Federal laws in detail and includes updates on the Fair Work Act 2009. It also includes explainations of Modern Awards, enterprise agreements and more.
CCI Guide to Significant Change and Transfer of Business
This guide contains ready-to-use pro-forma HR templates to support an objective selection process in redundancy situations, letters notifying of impending significant change and much more.
CCI Guide to Managing Parental Leave and Associated Entitlements
This guide contains an extensive suite of template HR forms covering all aspects of managing pregnancy at work, parental leave and return to work following a parental leave period.
CCI Guide to Understanding Long Service Leave in Western Australia
This guide offers practical information and guidance on calculating long service leave entitlements in Western Australia, as well as the application of relevant State law.
CCI Minimum Conditions Law Guide
Available only to CCI Members, this guide contains a complete copy of the State Minimum Conditions of Employment Act 1993 along with helpful guidance notes.
CCI Recruitment and Termination Guide
This guide explains the keys to successful management from recruitment through to termination and explains relevant laws on termination and redundancy.