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Employee Record Form

Employee Record Form

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated July 17, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

You can use this Employee Record Form to keep a record of your employee’s key details in one document.

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Document Overview

Keeping track of all the various information relevant to an employee can be a challenging task for any employer. An Employee Record Form is a document which assists a business in keeping and maintaining relevant records for each employee.

Use this Employee Record Form if:

  • You need a form to record employee details, such as contact details in the event of an emergency; or
  • You want to check that you have most of the relevant details on file for your employee

What does the Employee Record Form cover?

  • Employee details such as their name, date of birth, address and contact details
  • Emergency contact details for the employee
  • Type of employment offered to the employee
  • Probation period and induction record
  • Details regarding the employee’s right to work in Australia
  • Employee bank, tax and superannuation details
  • Employee-specific requirements, such as allergies or restrictions to be aware of

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