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On-boarding Documents

Application Form

Bank Details

TFN Declaration

Super Choice

Private Employment Statement

Terms & Conditions on Employment

General Skills Questionnaire

Trades Questionnaire

Vaccinations Questionnaire

Additional Documents

How to : Find Your Super

How to : Set up MyGov

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Orientation Form

Onboarding Documents : Application for Employment
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Personal Details

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Onboarding Documents : Banking Details
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Banking Details

Superannuation Details

Our preferred superannuation fund is Sun Super if you have a different fund you will need to complete the Standard Superannuation choice form:

Consent and Signature

1. I have received a copy of the Terms and Conditions of Employment for my records and I have read understoodand and accept the terms and conditions of employment as set out.

2. I understand that changes to banking details can only be made by the candidate unless otherwise advised in writing and signed by the candidate.

3. Bank Details (including any changes to details etc) MUST be in writing and signed by the candidate, no details will be accepted by phone. Information can be emailed to reception@accuratrecruitment.com.au

4. Tax File Declarations (including your Tax File Number) MUST be completed by the candidate and cannot be done by Accurate Recruitment.

Onboarding Document : TFN Declaration

There are TWO options available to complete your TFN Declaration form, please choose from the following;

Option 1 : MyGov Portal - ATO Website

1. Login to your personal MyGov Account and click on your ATO linked service.
2. Once redirected to the ATO website, click on the Employment Tab found at the top of the screen.
3. Click on NEW EMPLOYMENT from the drop down and follow the prompts.
4. Our ABN is 44104380154
5. Once you have completed the form please PRINT TO PDF / SAVE THE FORM and upload the form in the space provided below.

Note: if you choose this method you do not need to complete the manual Superannuation Declaration Form

Option Two : Digital TFN Form

1. Please follow this Link to obtain a copy of the TFN Declaration form
2.Once you have downloaded the form, you can digitally enter your information.
3.Once you have completed the form PRINT TO PDF / SAVE THE FORM and attach it in the feild below.
Click or drag files to this area to upload. You can upload up to 2 files.

Section A: Employee to Complete

1. Choice of Superannuation (Super) Fund

2. Your Details

You do not have to quote your TFN but if you do not provide it , your contributions may be taxed at a high rate. Your TFN also helps keep track of your super and allows you to make personal contributions to your fund.

3. Nominating your APRA fund or RSA

You will need current details from your APRA regulated fund or RSA to complete this item.

To do this you can contact your fund or RSA directly, or you can view your fund or RSA account details by logging into ATO online services via the ATO app or through myGov and selecting Super.

4. Nominating your self-managed super fund (SMSF)

You will need current details from your SMSF trustee to complete this item
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.
You need to attach a document confirming the SMSF is an ATO regulated super fund.

You can locate and print a copy of the compliance status for your SMSF by searching in the Super Fund Lookup service at http://superfundlookup.gov.au/

If you are the trustee, or a director of the corporate trustee you can confirm that your SMSF will accept contributions from your employer by making the following declaration (place a tick in the box below):

5.0 Signature and date

If you have nominated your own fund in Item 3 or 4, check you have attached the required documentation and then place a tick in the box below
Onboarding Documents : Private Employment Agents Info Statement

Private Employment Agents Act 2005 Private Employment Agents (Code of Conduct) Regulation 2005

Information Statement for Work Seekers (Other than Models and Performers)

Your relationship with a private employment agent is regulated by a number of Commonwealth and State laws, in particular the Private Employment Agents Act 2005 and the Private Employment Agents (Code of Conduct) Regulation 2005 (The Code).

Prior to providing you with placement and employment services, we are obliged as a private employment agent, to provide you, as a work seeker, with the following information:

• We must not charge you a fee for finding, or attempting to find work for you in contravention of section 408D of the Industrial Relations Act 1999.

• We and our employees have a working knowledge of State and Commonwealth legislation affecting the placement and employment of workseekers.

• We will ensure that all placements are made in accordance with any relevant legislative requirements.

• If you believe that your agent has acted illegally, inappropriately or in a false or misleading way, you may obtain information about action that may betaken from the Department of Justice and Attorney-General, GPO Box 69 Brisbane Qld 4001, Telephone Information Services on (07) 3872 0572 or (07)3872 0560.
The Department of Justice and Attorney-General recommends that this document be retained on file by the private employment agent and that a copy is given to the work seeker.

(Details of Agent giving this Information Statement)

Agent’s Address: 20/388 NEWMAN ROAD
Agent’s Telephone Number: ( 07)3865 6333
Accurate Recruitment Pty Ltd
ABN: 44 104 380 154, ACN: 104 380 154
20/388 Newman Road, GEEBUNG Qld 4034


This Agreement is set out in the following manner.

Clause No.                         Subject Matter

1. Definitions
2. Duration and Scope of the Agreement
3. Employment Status and Engagement
4. Termination of Employment
5. Hours of Work
6. Remuneration
7. Leave
8. Public Holidays
9. Superannuation
10. Readiness for Assignments
11. Workplace Health and Safety & Workers Compensation
12. Observance of Policies and Procedures
13. Employee Notification
14. Timesheets
15. Dress
16. Licences and Identification
17. Confidentiality and Ownership
18. Duty to Accurate Recruitment
19. Acknowledgements
20. Workplace Rehabilitation Policy Statement
21. Signatories

Definitions and Interpretations

Unless otherwise specified the following words shall have the following meaning:

Agreement:  means this contract
Assignment(s):  means the project or the services to be performed for a Client of the Employer as identified in a SAC.
Contract:  means this contract
Client:   means a client of the Employer with whom the Employer has an agreement to provide on-hire worker services and to whom the Employee may be assigned to work from time to time.
Parties:  means the Employer and Employee.
SAC:  means Summary of Assignment Conditions
we/us/our:  means the Employer
you/your/: means the Employee

1. Duration and Scope of Agreement

1.1. This Agreement shall commence when you commence work with a Client for us on a casual assignment basis.

1.2. You will be deemed to have accepted the terms and conditions of this Agreement, regardless of whether you have signed it, upon the commencement of an Assignment with a Client.

1.3. The terms and conditions of any Assignment will be confirmed within a separately SAC which shall be issued to you prior to the commencement of an Assignment. The commencement of an Assignment will be taken as an implied acceptance of the terms and conditions of that particular Assignment as contained within the applicable SAC.

1.4. This Agreement shall apply to all Assignments performed by you and there shall be no actual, or implied, contractual relationship between the Parties in between Assignments other than any ongoing obligations and covenants contained within this Agreement.

1.5. This Agreement, together with any SAC relating to a particular Assignment, shall form the terms and conditions of your casual employment.

1.6. This Agreement shall be read in conjunction with any modern award or enterprise agreement. Where there is any inconsistency between the Agreement and any modern award or enterprise agreement, the provisions of the Agreement will prevail.

2. Employment Status and Engagement

2.1 Your are employed as a casual on-hire employee, which means that:

(a) you are employed as a casual employee;

(b) you shall receive a casual loading, as specified in the SAC, in compensation for annual leave, personal leave, compassionate leave, redundancy pay, notice of termination and other entitlements associated with permanent employment provided by the relevant instrument or National Employment Standards (NES);

(c) this Agreement governs the terms and conditions of employment for each Assignment performed by you;

(d) the termination of an Assignment for whatever reason does not of itself constitute the termination of your employment;

(e) we do not guarantee or commit to offer you any Assignment(s), or to do so with any particular frequency or regularity, or on any particular terms. However, this Agreement applies to any Assignment(s) that we engage you to perform, until such time as the Agreement is terminated or replaced;

(f) you are not obliged to accept or agree to work on an Assignment that is offered to you. If you do accept or agree to work on an Assignment then the terms of the SAC issued to you by us in relation to that Assignment will apply to you in addition to the terms of this Agreement;

(c) you are entitled to accept or reject hours offered to you under an Assignment. If you do wish to reject hours, change hours or work additional hours while on an Assignment you are required to notify us in advance. Any additional hours require approval by us before being worked, and a failure to do so may result in you not being paid for those unauthorized hours;

(h) we may direct where and how you perform work on any particular Assignment;

(i) we may change or terminate an Assignment without reason;

(j) you have no right to ongoing employment, or the continued engagement upon a particular Assignment;

(k) we are under no obligation to offer you any future Assignment;

(l) we are under no obligation to offer the same or similar terms and conditions when commencing a new Assignment, or undertaking a new position within an existing Assignment;

(m) we retain ultimate control over your employment including all matters associated with your conduct and performance while working an Assignment;

(n) you are required to comply with all reasonable instructions issued by an authorised representative of the Client so as to facilitate the proper performance of an Assignment;

(o) the employment relationship is and remains between the Parties to this Agreement and no employment relationship exists, or shall be created, between you and any Client; and

(p) any right, entitlement, benefit or privilege that accrues in respect of service will accrue in accordance with the relevant law that governs that service.

3. Termination of Employment

3.1. Unless otherwise agreed in writing the parties may terminate the employment relationship upon one hours notice.

3.2. Nothing in this Agreement shall affect our right to dismiss you without notice for reasons of serious misconduct. For the purposes of this clause, serious misconduct shall include, but is not limited to:

(a) Wilful, or deliberate, behaviour that is inconsistent with the continuation of employment, including:
 i. theft;
 ii. fraud (including falsifying company documents or records);
 iii. assault;
 iv. bullying and or harassment;
 v. attendance upon the workplace whilst under the affects of alcohol or prohibited drugs;
 vi. failure to perform any lawful and reasonable instructions issued by us or a Client; or
 vii. failure to comply with our internal policies and procedures or those of a client; or

b) Conduct that causes imminent and serious risk to:
 i. a person’s health or safety; or
 ii. our reputation, viability or profitability.

3.3. In the event that you are absent from work for a period of three consecutive rostered shifts without our express consent, or without prior notification, it shall be deemed that you have abandoned your employment.

3.4. In the event that the Company determines you have abandoned your employment in accordance with clause 3.3, you will be notified in writing that your employment has been terminated.

3.5. Upon the termination of your employment for whatever reason, or earlier upon request, you shall immediately return any and all documents, publications, manuals, uniforms and other property whatsoever which is in your possession.

4. Hours of Work

4.1 Your hours of work will be those hours offered to you by us or the Client on a particular Assignment and which you agree to work.

4.2. All additional hours shall be paid at your applicable ordinary hourly rate provided in clause 5 of this Agreement, unless otherwise specified by the relevant Award.

4.3. There is no guarantee of hours, or of any particular pattern of hours, during your employment or any Assignment. The arrangement of any hours of work on an Assignment is determined by the Client and may vary from those in any SAC at any time.

5. Remuneration

5.1 You shall be advised, either verbally and/or in writing, prior to the commencement of an Assignment of the applicable hourly rate of pay for the work being performed. This hourly rate shall be not less than the minimum modern award rates applicable to the work being performed or, in the absence of an applicable award, the national minimum wage. This hourly rate of pay shall be inclusive of any applicable casual loading.

5.2. The 25% casual loading paid is compensation for annual leave, personal leave, compassionate leave, redundancy, notice of termination and other entitlements applicable under the NES to permanent employment.

5.3. We will pay your wages into your nominated bank account on a weekly, basis upon a date to be advised. We reserve the right to alter or vary the frequency of any such payments at our sole discretion subject to the provision of one month’s notice.

5.4. The payment of a particular rate of pay on a particular Assignment shall not give rise to a right to the ongoing payment of this rate of pay on future alternative Assignments.

5.5. Unless otherwise specified in this Agreement, by separate written agreement or in the terms of a SAC, the rate of pay identified within the relevant SAC will be in full and final satisfaction of all penalties, loadings or overtime that would otherwise apply under an applicable Modern Award, and the casual loading will be in lieu of any paid leave or other permanent employee entitlements.

5.6. If your employment is deemed or determined to be upon anything other than upon a casual basis, we reserve the right to set off against all amounts or entitlements owing to you as a result of such deeming or finding, the difference between the amount(s) paid to you based upon your hourly rate together with any casual loading and the amount(s) that would have been payable to you had you been paid at the minimum hourly rate required by law.

6. Sick Leave, Leave and other absences

6.1 You shall be entitled to unpaid carers’ leave and parental leave in accordance with the National Employment Standards contained within the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).

6.2. You shall be entitled to long service leave, where applicable, in accordance with the relevant legislation.

6.3. As a casual employee you are not entitled to paid annual leave or personal/carer’s leave.

7. Public Holidays

7.1 The following days are public holidays: New Year's Day, Australia Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Anzac Day, Queen’s Birthday, Labour Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day together with and any other government gazetted public holidays in the relevant state or territory in which work is being performed.

7.2. You may be required to perform work on public holidays from time to time to satisfy the conditions of an Assignment. You shall not be deemed rostered to work on a public holiday unless expressly directed to do so by us.

7.3. All hours worked on a public holiday shall be paid at your applicable ordinary hourly rate of pay provided in clause 5 of this Agreement unless otherwise agreed in advance and in writing.

8. Superannuation

We will comply with all obligations under the appropriate legislation relating to the payment of superannuation contributions. All such contributions will be remitted to either a complying fund nominated by you, or a complying fund nominated by us in the event that you fail to nominate a complying fund.

9. Readiness for Assignments

You authorise and consent to us completing, at our sole discretion, a criminal record or police check, qualification checks and/or any other additional reference checks prior to considering whether to offer you a new Assignment or Assignment position.

10. Workplace Health and Safety and Workers Compensation

10.1 You must use your best endeavours to comply with the requirements of the relevant work health and safety legislation in the State or Territory in which you are working. This includes obeying all lawful instructions and complying with any lawful rules, processes and procedures as amended from time to time.

10.2. You must advise us of any change in your capacity, either physical or psychological, to work safely and without risk to health, including but not limited to any injury, illness or medication you are taking (prescribed or otherwise).

10.3. You must notify us if any party requests or directs you to perform unsafe tasks.

10.4. We may at our sole discretion, direct you to complete a medical assessment either prior to the commencement of your employment, or during the course of your employment, where it is reasonably required to determine your capacity to perform work safely and without risk to health and safety.

10.5 Whist working for Accurate Recruitment Pty Ltd you will be covered by Workers Compensation Insurance. If you are injured during the course of employment you will:

(a) Notify Accurate Recruitment Pty Ltd as soon as is practical;

(b) Complete an Application for Workers’ Compensation

(c) Provide the appropriate medical certificate from a medical practitioner;

(d) Assist Accurate Recruitment and or the Client with an accident investigation

(e) Accurately mark your time sheet to show that time taken off will be subject to a Worker’s Compensation claim;

(f) Actively assist Accurate Recruitment Pty Ltd for it to comply with its Worker’s Compensation insurance and relevant legislation;

(g) Agree to participate in any workplace rehabilitation or return to work programs established for you. Refer to Page 11 For our Workplace Rehabilitation Policy Statement.

11. Observance of Policies and Procedures

11.1. You are required to fully comply with our internal policies, or those of a Client, which apply to your employment or Assignment as varied and amended from time to time. You acknowledge and agree that any such policies and procedures take effect as if directions given by us and not as mutually enforceable obligations.

11.2. Where there is any inconsistency between our internal policies and procedures and those of a Client, our policies and procedures shall override those of the Client to the extent of the inconsistency, unless otherwise agreed.

12. Employee Notification

12.1 You will promptly notify us of any grievances in relation to an Assignment, or your employment more generally. You shall not raise any such grievance directly with a Client unless authorised by us in advance, or where it relates to a direct and imminent threat to your health and safety or that of another person.

12.2. You must notify us as soon as reasonably possible of any offer of employment made to you by a Client, or of any approach made to you by a Client concerning the possibility of direct employment.

12.3. You must notify us, or an appointed representative, of your inability to attend work or commence work on time as soon as possible prior to the commencement of any shift. Notification by text or email is expressly prohibited.

12.4. You will immediately notify us of any damage to property or injury you have caused to others in the course of employment and/or an Assignment.

12.5. You will notify us as soon as reasonably possible of any change to personal details relevant to the maintenance of accurate employment records.

12.6. You will notify us of any and all hours worked on an Assignment including any hours worked over and above those outlined within a SAC.

12.7. You will notify us, as soon as reasonably possible, of any decision to commence work for any other party which may reasonably be considered a competitor of ours, or a Client. For the purposes of this clause a competitor shall be viewed as any organisation which currently provides, or is proposing to provide, the same products or services as us or a Client.

13. Timesheets

You shall complete and submit timesheets as directed by us. The submission of any false, misleading or incomplete timesheets is viewed as serious misconduct and may result in the termination of your employment without notice.

14. Dress

You shall present for work in a neat and professional fashion, or in accordance with any reasonable directions provided by us or a Client.

15. Confidentiality and Ownership

15.1 Ownership of all inventions, improvements, designs, creations, developments and all other intellectual property relating to or deriving from any of the work performed by you shall at all time remain our property or that of the relevant Client.

15.2. You acknowledge and agree that during the course of your employment you will learn confidential information about our business and that of a Client. All matters pertaining to our business, or that of a Client, must be kept strictly confidential.

15.3. These obligations apply both during and after the termination of your employment for whatever reason. Failure to strictly comply with this ongoing obligation may result in disciplinary action, which may include termination of an Assignment or your employment.

15.4. For the purpose of this clause Confidential information shall include any information that is not available to the public.

16. Licences and Identification

You will, at all times, carry the necessary licences and other identification or other verification of skills to the commencement of an Assignment.

17. Indemnities and Limitations Involving Driving

17.1 You agree not to drive or operate a motor vehicle where there is any possibility that your blood alcohol level may exceed the prescribed legal limit and unless you hold a valid licence applicable to that vehicle.

17.2 You will not use your own vehicle to carry out duties for a client unless the motor vehicle is comprehensively insured.

17.3 You will not drive a vehicle owned or leased by an Accurate Recruitment Client in such a manner as will cause the cancellation of any insurance coverage or the valid refusal by an insurer of a claim under an insurance policy.

17.4 Subject to the provisions of any applicable law or industrial instrument, you indemnify Accurate Recruitment against any claim, liability, cost, loss or damage as a result of a breach by you of any of the provisions, but not limited to those contained in subclauses 17.1, 17.2, or 17.3.

18 Duty To Accurate Recruitment

18.1 You shall faithfully serve Accurate Recruitment and our clients and use your best endeavours to promote their interests and welfare. You will not do or say anything about Accurate which may materially harm Accurate Recruitment’ s good reputation.

18.2 You will comply with Accurate Recruitment’ s Code of Conduct as may be varied from time to time.

18.3 During the course of your employment, Accurate Recruitment may give you various brochures and information sheets concerning your employment. You agree to read and comply with the brochures and information sheets. However, you acknowledge that the brochures and information sheets do not constitute terms or conditions of my employment.

18.4 You will direct any complaint or query in respect of an Assignment or your employment to Accurate Recruitment immediately upon becoming concerned or immediately upon requiring or needing an answer to your query. You will not take the matter up directly with the client.

18.5 You will not accept an offer of employment on a temporary or permanent basis from a client of Accurate Recruitment I have been assigned to within the previous 12 months without first notifying Accurate Recruitment.

19. Acknowledgement

19.1 You acknowledge and agree that:

(a) you have been given the opportunity to clarify the meaning of any terms of this Agreement prior to signing it, and you accept that its terms are fair and reasonable;

(b) the terms and conditions of this Agreement form the basis of your employment contract with us and replace any previous contracts, agreements or understandings between the parties; and

(c) you are engaged as a casual employee and do not have any expectation of regular, systematic or long-term employment on any particular Assignment or at all

20. Workplace Rehabilitation Policy Statement

b>Accurate Recruitment Pty Ltd recognises that there are substantial benefits to be gained from rehabilitation principles and practices and is committed to implementing them at this workplace. We recognise that the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003 and Regulation provides the legislative support for workplace rehabilitation activities.

Experience has shown that workplace rehabilitation assists the healing process and helps restore the worker’s normal function sooner. Workplace rehabilitation includes early provision of timely and adequate services, including suitable duties programs, and aims to: -

• Maintain injured or ill workers at work or
• Ensure the worker’s earliest possible return to work or
• Maximise the worker’s independent functioning.

This policy has been developed as a joint worker-management agreement.

Accurate Recruitment Pty Ltd is committed to:-

Providing a safe and healthy work environment, but in the event of an injury or an illness, making sure workplace rehabilitation is started as soon as possible in accordance with medical advice.

Ensuring appropriate suitable duties are made available to injured or ill workers to facilitate their safe and early return to work. These duties must be medically approved and will be time limited.

Respecting the confidential nature of medical information and ensuring there will be both verbal and written confidentiality.

Ensuring all workers are aware that, in the event of injury or illness, they will be consulted to ensure a structured and safe return to work that will not disadvantage them.

Complying with legislative obligations with respect to the standard for rehabilitation.

Adopting a multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation as required.

Reviewing this policy and procedures at least every three years to ensure it continues to meet legislative requirements and the needs of all parties.

Workplace rehabilitation procedures have been developed to support this policy. The procedures define key terms, describe key roles and outline steps in the return to work process.

Our rehabilitation and return to work coordinator is Lindley Watson

Lindley Watson
Accurate Recruitment Pty Ltd
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Years of Experience

Please take a moment to indicate the fields in which you can offer sound competency by marking the appropriate categories with a rating between 0-10 (years of experience) to assist us in placing you in appropriate positions.
[STORIG] Inwards Goods
[STOROG] Outward Goods
[STORDE] Data Entry
[STORPP] Pick/Pack
[STORIC] Inventory Control
[STORWM] Weigh Materials
[STORST] Stocktaking
[PACKWB] Blister
[PACKWM] Machine Tending
[PACKWS] Skin/Shrink
[FREIGL] Load/unload
[FREIGA] Assemble Containers
[FREIGS] Freight Sorting
[FREIGD] Freight Distribution
[FREIGC] Cubing
[ASSELE] Electronic
[ASSAUT] Automotive
[ASSCON] Conveyor Line
[ASSPRI] Printed Circuit
[ASSWIR] Wire Harnessing
[ASSSOL] Soldering
[ASSDID] Defect Indentification
[ASSDCO] Defect Correction