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Employers to keep long service records

    (1)     An employer for a covered industry must keep a written record of the required information for each worker of the employer.

    (2)     For the purposes of subsection (1), the required information is—

        (a)     the worker's name and date of birth; and

        (b)     the nature of the work performed by the worker; and

        (c)     the worker's ordinary pay for each quarter; and

        (d)     the number of days or part days worked by the worker in each quarter; and

        (e)     the date when the worker began service with the employer; and

        (f)     long service benefits given to the worker under this Act, another Act, a corresponding law or a fair work instrument, including—

              (i)     long service leave granted to, or taken by, the worker; and

              (ii)     payments for, or in lieu of, long service leave made to the worker; and

              (iii)     any other long service benefits paid or given to the worker; and

        (g)     if the worker stops service with the employer—the date the worker stops service.


See section 66 for offences concerning long service records.

Part 5—Administration

Division 1—Portable Long Service Benefits Authority

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