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2018 Annual Wage Review – our pay tools are ready
We’ve updated our pay tools following the Fair Work Commission’s decision to increase base rates of pay by 3.5%. The increase applies from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2018.
Get set for a 3.5% wage increase – 2018 Annual Wage Review
The Fair Work Commission has announced a 3.5% increase to minimum wages. The increase applies from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2018.
Annual Wage Review to be announced on 1 June 2018
The Fair Work Commission will hand down its 2018 Annual Wage Review decision at 11 am on Friday, 1 June 2018. Sign up today to get email updates about the decision.
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Changes to casual & part-time entitlements in some awards
On 12 December 2017, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) varied certain overtime rates and minimum shift entitlements for casual and part-time employees in several awards. These changes start from the firs ...
Want to get in touch with us over the Christmas and New Year?
Our offices will be closed over the Christmas and New Year public holidays.
5 things to know about public holidays during the Christmas and New Year period
Fair Work Ombudsman Information on when and how the Christmas and New Year public holidays may apply under your award or agreement.
Changes to workplace laws for franchisors and holding companies
There have been recent changes to workplace laws that affect certain franchisors and holding companies. Find out what they are and if they apply to you.
Business shutting down over Christmas and New Year?
Many businesses often shut down or run on skeleton staff over the Christmas and New Year period. How employees are paid over this period depends on the award or agreement that they’re covered by and w ...

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