New Employee Induction Checklist

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Legal Does the employee have a “letter of offer” which states starting wage, review periods, hours per week and legal basis of employment Does this meet the new national employment standards □ Has the employee received and filled in a Tax Form and has this been sent □ Has the employee been given the “ten items list” national employment standards under the Fair Work Act □ Has the employee filled in an employment form showing their bank account details, home address and emergency contacts □ Has the employee provided details of their superannuation account □ Has the employee been through this induction list □ Does the employee clearly understand that they have a responsibility, along with you, to implement OHS □ Has the employee been notified of Fire Exits, Meeting Points, and what to do in case of emergency □ If the employee works from home, has their home office been assessed for OHS □ Has the employee been notified of their shifts, starts and times □ Has the employee been notified of all company policies □ Have the payroll details been notified to the relevant people □ If the employee drives a company vehicle, has the insurance on the vehicle been reviewed to take the new employee into account □ Health Has the employee been provided with uniforms, or advised which clothing, hair and jewellery is unacceptable for safety reasons □ Does the employee know where the lunch room, toilets, fire escapes etc are □ The above information is of a general nature and should not be taken as specific business, legal, veterinary or tax advice..

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