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The Fair Work legislation requires an employer to make and keep certain employee records for seven years, with the record keeping relevant not only to remuneration information relating to an employee, but to many of their entitlements such as hours of work and leave.

Employees and former employees have the right to access their own records. Fair Work inspectors must also be allowed to access employee records and union officials may also access records and personal information in certain circumstances.


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