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Hi, I'm Simon Obee from Employment Innovations and I'm here today to tell you about some free downloadable employment contract templates that we have available for businesses in Australia. You can get your free copy by clicking on the link below. There are templates for full-time employees, part-time employees & casual employees. So why should you have an employment contract in place for your staff? The main reason is that it allows you to provide certainty as to the terms & conditions under which they're employed. So, for example, are they a permanent employee or a casual? What did their start & finish times? Are they entitled to extra pay when they have to work long hours? What is the notice period required to terminate employment? Is the employee covered by a modern award and what's their classification under that award? And remember, employers are under an obligation to provide information about award coverage in writing. Without setting these things out in an employment contract,...