award wage quarrie manager western australia

Minimum Wages Australia | Award Wages 2020 | Employsure

Jul 01, 2020 · For employers under the Western Australian state relations system, there will be an increase of 1.75% per week to the Minimum Wage and state award pay rates from the first full pay period on or after 01 January 2021. For employers in Western Australian, but under the national workplace relations system, the minimum wage is $19.84 per hour.

Learn More

Modern awards pay database | FWC Main Site

The Modern awards pay database contains the dollar values for the minimum rates of pay, allowances and penalty rates in modern awards. The data for each modern award is divided into 5 spreadsheets: awards; classifications; wage-related allowances; expense-related allowances, and; penalty rates.

Learn More

Huge wage boost and penalty rate win for 100,000 McDonald

May 10, 2019 · Maccas, one of Australia’s biggest employers, also faces a claim for back pay that, if successful, could be worth more than $200 million to its predominantly young and low-paid employees.

Learn More

WA pay rates | Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and

Public holiday dates for Western Australia. Western Australia's industrial relations system. A guide to who is in the WA state system, key features of the state system, and information on industrial relations reform. Combatting wage theft in Western Australia. Report wage theft, find information on employment rights and obligations, and learn ...

Learn More

Quarry Manager Salary in Western Australia

The estimated salary for a Quarry Manager is $112,005 per year in Western Australia. Learn about salaries, benefits, salary satisfaction and where you could earn the most.

Learn More

Google Quarry Manager Reviews - Glassdoor

Google reviews. A free inside look at company reviews and salaries posted anonymously by employees.

Learn More

Annual Wage Review 2018-19 | FWC Main Site

Annual wage review decision issued. The Fair Work Commission live streamed the handing down of the Annual Wage Review 2018-19 decision on Thursday, 30 May 2019. To read the decision, go to the Decisions & statements page. To watch a replay of the hearing go to the Annual Wage Review 2018-19 decision video.

Learn More

Recruitment: New Annualised Salary Rules – How does it affect

The new rules affect full-time employees who are paid an annual wage under the listed awards and will commence from the first full pay period on or after 1 March 2020. What is an annualised wage? An annualised wage/salary is an arrangement whereby the employee is paid a pre-determined “all-inclusive” annualised rate of pay.

Learn More

Annual Wage Review 2018–19 | FWC Main Site

Annual wage review decision issued. The Fair Work Commission live streamed the handing down of the Annual Wage Review 2018–19 decision on Thursday, 30 May 2019. To read the decision, go to the Decisions & statements page. To watch a replay of the hearing go to the Annual Wage Review 2018–19 decision video.

Learn More

WA award summaries | Department of Mines, Industry Regulation

Wageline's WA award summaries provide pay rates and an overview of employment conditions (such as hours of work, penalty rates, overtime rates and leave provisions) for key WA awards. A 1.75% per week increase in WA award rates of pay applies from the first pay period on or after 1 January 2021 .

Learn More

Inquiry