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Appendix D - State and territory findings

Audits completed across states and territories

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The highest compliance rates were found in Queensland and South Australia. They both had a compliance rate of 83%. The lowest compliance rates were found in the Australian Capital Territory and Tasmania. They both shared a compliance rate of 63%.

State & Territory Compliance Rates

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State or Territory

Compliant

Non-compliant

Most common errors

Amount recovered

New South Wales

125 (68%)

60 (32%)

Underpayment (38%)

Pay slips (30%)

$43 530 for 109 employees

Victoria

125 (75%)

41 (25%)

Pay slips (38%)

Underpayment (36%)

$15 047 for 25 employees

Western Australia

18 (75%)

6 (25%)

Pay slips (43%)

Underpayment (43%)

$26 124 for 18 employees

Queensland

123 (83%)

26 (17%)

Pay slips (43%)

Underpayment (33%)

$8445 for 11 employees

South Australia

62 (83%)

13 (17%)

Pay slips (47%)

Underpayment (18%)

$504 for 3 employees

Tasmania

36 (63%)

21 (37%)

Underpayment (57%)

Pay slips (39%)

$9455 for 16 employees

Northern Territory

12 (75%)

4 (25%)

Underpayment (60%)

Pay slips (20%)

$3660 for 7 employees

Australian Capital Territory

15 (63%)

9 (37%)

Underpayment (33%)

Pay slips (25%)

$2529 for 4 employees