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Here are 5 calculations you may not have thought of. Employers will need to act quickly as the minimum wage increase will come into effect on 1 July 2018. ...
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Are you ready for the 3.5% increase to base rates of payThe Fair Work Commission has announced a 3.5% increase to minimum wages following its 2018 Annual Wage Review. The increase will apply to base rates of pay from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July...
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Are you ready? Are your record-keeping practices in line with employer requirements under the Fair Work Act?Are your pay rates correct?Are you complying with pay slip requirements? These are only 3 out of the many questions Fair Work Inspectors are now asking businesses acro...
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On 12 December 2017, Australia's Fair Work Commission varied certain overtime rates and minimum shift entitlements for casual and part-time employees in several awards. These changes start from the first full pay period on or after 1 January 2018. Who do the changes affect? ...
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During the 2017 – 2018 financial year, many businesses were caught out by Fair Work Ombudsman compliance audits as the Ombudsman continues to clamp down hard on employers who continue to put off, or not care about the importance of, complying with the law when employing st...
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If Christmas to New Year are peak times for your business, now’s the time to check you’re getting public holidays right. Here are the answers to some of the common public holiday questions we get. Can I ask an employee to work on a public holiday?Yes, you can ask a staff...
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The Fair Work Ombudsman’s targeted audit campaign across Australia’s Hair & Beauty Industry continues to uncover illegal employment practices with the latest Salon Owner found non-compliant being based in Adelaide. The Ombudsman is now commencing litigation against&...
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July 1 has come and gone - are you across the legislative changes thatcould affect how you do business? Here are the changes you need to know ina nutshell: National minimum wage increase As of July 1, the National Minimum wage has increased by 3.3%. This is anincre...
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The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has announced a 3.3% increase to minimum wages. The increase applies from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2017. ...
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The small business community has certainty at last over the transitional arrangements for the new Sunday penalty rates that will apply to a range of awards, but it's important to read the fine print. On Monday 29 May the Fair Work Commission handed down its decision about ...
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