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by Graham Lilleyman The Fair Work Commission has handed down the 2018-19 Annual Wage Review Decision. The federal minimum wage and all Award base rates of pay will increase by 3%.  This equates to an increase of $21.60 per week to $740.80 for employees on the national minimum wage.  In hourly rate...

The Fair Work Commission has handed down the 2018 Annual Wage Review Decision. The federal minimum wage and all Award based pay scales will increase by 3.5%. This equates to an increase of $24.30 per week to $719.20 for employees on the national minimum wage. In hourly rate terms the increase is...

As part of the four-yearly modern award review process, the Fair Work Commission (‘FWC’) has been reviewing a range of matters related to casual and part-time employees.  The areas under review have included: Overtime for casual employees previously not entitled to overtime ; Part-time rostering arrangements and record...

The long awaited Penalty Rates Test Case has finally been handed down by the Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission.  The decision is complex running to 551 pages and some matters have not yet been finalised such as what transitional arrangements will apply. Media coverage...

Another year is drawing to a close and as is custom and practice in a number of industries, some businesses will close over the Christmas/New Year period. Your obligations in relation to this practice are provided in either he applicable Modern Award, an Enterprise Agreement that...