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New Pay Rates Gazetted

Posted by Network SA on Thursday, June 29, 2017

The Fair Work Commission issued the Annual Wage Review 2016–17.
The Modern Award minimum wages will increase by 3.3%
Fair Work Commission has gazetted the new pay rates for Modern Awards.

The increase is payable from the first full pay period on or after 1st July 2017. What does this mean?

Your first full pay period will depend on when your pay period falls. Say you are usually paid fortnightly and your pay fortnight ends in the week beginning 3rd July. That pay fortnight includes some days in June, so the increase will not apply to that fortnight. It applies to the first pay period when every day of that pay period is on or after 1st July. If you are paying fortnightly, you are looking for the first time the entire 2 week pay period is in July.

Network SA have uploaded the revised Pay Rates and Allowances Bulletins for members for the following:
Children’s Services Award 2010

Clerks (Private Sector) Award 2010
Educational Services (Teachers) Award 2010
will go up Friday (tomorrow).

Click here to access. You need to log in to open the documents.

From the Network SA team.



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