Welcome to the Hudson RPO Contractor Centre.
In this section you will find information on what is required to be a Hudson RPO contractor, frequently asked questions and who to go to for support and guidance throughout your assignment.
Requirements for Getting Contract and Temporary Jobs through Hudson RPO
All job seekers looking for temporary and contract roles with Hudson RPO must provide proof of identification, plus any additional documents supporting your right to work in Australia (e.g. your work visa and/or passport).
You will also be asked to provide a copy of your resume, referee contact details, original copies of qualifications, as well as licences or certificates.
If you are successfully placed in an assignment, you will receive:
- details of your assignment
- terms of engagement with Hudson RPO
- information on the payroll process
- any forms you are required to complete
- relevant contact details for support
Contractor Timesheet Portal
Click on this link to access the contractor timesheet portal.
If you have any issues with your timesheet submission or have any payroll queries, please either refer to one of the helpful guides below or contact our Hudson RPO Contractor Care Team on 1300 TIMESHEET (1300 846 374) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
- TFN declaration
- Personal details
- Bank details
- Evidence of Incorporation/Partnership/Trust Deed
- Certificates of currency for insurance (e.g. workers compensation, professional indemnity and public liability)
To submit your timesheet you will need to log in with your assigned user name and password to Time2Pay. If you do not have internet access, please advise us so that we can provide you with an alternative method for submitting your timesheets.
To ensure your pay is received on-time and in-full, please have your timesheets submitted and approved by COB Friday. Final cut off for timesheets submitted through Time2Pay is Monday 7.30pm AEST.
Subject to on time timesheet approval, payment is released each Wednesday and in your account on the Thursday. In the event of a change to timesheet cut-off or pay date, advance communication will be sent by email.
If you are currently undertaking an assignment, please contact your consultant as soon as possible.
You need to think about what you want to do well in advance of your visa expiring as once your work visa has expired you are no longer eligible to work in Australia. Please contact your recruitment consultant immediately if your visa has expired.
If you on a particular working visa please visit the Australian Visa Bureau website for the latest information in regards to laws of working in Australia,
If you are contracting under a PAYG or employment arrangement, your superannuation payment will be equal to 9.50% of your base pay rate. Your superannuation can be paid to Hudson RPO’s default fund, Sun Super or alternatively you can complete a superannuation choice form to nominate a fund of your choice through the Time2Pay portal. Always ensure accurate & complete information is submitted to avoid any errors to your super payments. Self-managed super funds do require you to upload additional documents.
If you are summoned for a jury service the relevant court/sheriffs office will generally pay you an allowance for any lost wages and for travel. Contact the relevant court/sheriff’s office in your state or territory or your consultant.
Hudson RPO offers corporate discounts from companies like Endota Spa, Fitness First, Bupa and Travel Club. More information on the benefits is available here.
Hudson RPO employs the majority of contractors/temporaries as casual employees. As a casual employee you are not entitled to paid annual leave. For further information regarding your entitlements as a casual employee please visit the Fairwork website for the latest information.
Generally you will not be eligible for any forms of paid leave however in limited circumstances you may be eligible for unpaid leave. Please contact your recruitment consultant to confirm if you may be eligible.
A hazard is any source of harm or potential harm to a person or to property/equipment. This can include unsafe work practices or any other aspects of the work environment.
Should you identify a hazard in your workplace which you are unable to safely resolve yourself report it to your supervisor.
If you are dissatisfied with the steps taken by your supervisor to address the hazard, you must escalate the issue to your recruitment consultant.
Hudson RPO is required to provide the Fair Work Information statement to all employees. Please click here to access this document and further information.