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Updates to casual and overtime clauses in most awards
On 30 October 2020, the Fair Work Commission announced updates to the casual and overtime clauses in 97 awards. The updated clauses start from the first full pay period on or after 20 November 2020. F ...
Changes to the Parental Leave Pay Scheme
From 1 July 2020, eligible employees can split their Parental Leave Pay (PLP) so they take it over 2 periods within 2 years.
Modern Award Review: Changes to some awards from 1 July
As part of their Modern Award Review, the Fair Work Commission (the Commission) has made some changes to the Social, Aged Care, Building and Construction, Joinery, Mobile Crane, Miscellaneous and Re ...
The Commission has announced a 1.75% increase to minimum wages
The Fair Work Commission has announced a 1.75% increase to minimum wages. This will apply to all award wages.
New rules for annual wage arrangements
On 12 February 2020, the Fair Work Commission (the Commission) made determinations that added new rules about annual wage arrangements in the Horticulture and Pastoral Awards and changed the existing ...
Bushfires across Australia
Bushfires across Australia are affecting many individuals and workplaces across the country. Find information about leave entitlements, pay during stand down, where to go for information about workpl ...
Statement on Wesfarmers
Read our statement about Wesfarmers self-disclosure of significant underpayments.
Family & domestic violence could be affecting your employees
Our new guide helps employers understand their workplace obligations to employees affected by family and domestic violence.
2019 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 3.0%. The increase applies from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2019.

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