Employee Intranet

Our Employee Intranet includes information that is important for the normal operation of your position as a helper. 

Find out more about our Policies and Procedures, WorkCover, Fair Work Australia and Superannuation. Use the links on the left to navigate around the employee intranet

 
 

Training Links

Thank you for choosing to join GYO. Before being assigned clients with GYO, you are required to complete all of the Induction & Training.

The first part of the Training is completed online, while the second part is completed in-person during a paid induction. 

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Important Forms For Employees

As we operate online and not in-person it is important that you understand and use the below forms:


Superannuation

What is superannuation? 

Superannuation is a way to save for your retirement. The money comes from contributions made into your super fund by your employer and, ideally, topped up by your own money. Sometimes the government will add to it through co-contributions and the low income super contribution.

Your employer must pay 9.5% of your salary into a super fund. This is called the Super Guarantee and it's the law. The Super Guarantee will gradually increase to 12% in coming years.

Over the course of your working life, these contributions from your employer add up, or 'accumulate'. Your super money is also invested by your super fund so it grows over time. When you retire, you will have money to live off - a nest egg. Super is a lifetime investment that has many benefits.

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Policy & Procedures Handbook

We have a detailed document which outlines our Policies and Procedures. Please ensure that you are familiar with this document. You have been provided it during your induction. 

It is available for download here.


Cleaning Award & Fair Work Statement

Get You Organised employs all helpers under the Cleaning Award. Information about the award is listed here

All of our employees are covered under the NES (National Employment Standards). You can find more information about the NES here

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