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Change of Workplace Notice

Change of Workplace Notice

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated April 29, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
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A change of workplace notice is used to inform an employee that their workplace will be changing location.

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Document Overview

Changes to workplace location may be made in response: to a downturn in trade, the restructuring of a business or any other reasons impacting the operation of the business. 

Use this Change of Workplace Notice if:

  • You wish to inform an employee that their workplace will be changing location.
  • You want to identify the new workplace.
  • You wish to identify the reason for a change in the employee’s workplace.

What does this Change of Workplace Notice cover?

  • The reason for the disruption to the regular workplace.
  • Where the new workplace will be located.

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