Effective 1 July 2021, employers will be required to increase the minimum superannuation contribution to employees from 9.5% of gross wage to 10%. Continue reading Superannuation Increases to 10%
On Friday 26 March 2021, the Fair Work Act 2009 was amended to change workplace rights and obligations for casual employees. The changes were made by the Fair Work Amendment (Supporting Australia’s Jobs and Economic Recovery) Act 2021 (Amendment Act). These changes came into effect on Saturday 27 March 2021.
What is Casual Conversion? Continue reading Casual Conversion – CEIS
Employees are entitled to 12 months of unpaid parental leave when a child is born or adopted. An additional 12 months leave can be requested. Types of maternity and parental leave as well as employee eligibility can be found on the Fair Work Australia website here
The Miscellaneous Award recently incurred a temporary schedule amendment due to the Covid 19 pandemic. The schedule provides employees with two weeks unpaid pandemic leave and the ability to take twice as much accrued leave at half pay.
Information being delivered from Federal Government to assist small and medium business in maintaining their staff during the Covid-19 health crisis is evolving quickly. We have been watching these announcements closely to keep you, as employers, as up to date as possible with additional funding you may be able to access in order to maintain your nannies employment. As communicated last week, a temporary cash flow supplement will be released automatically to businesses whose withhold tax activity remains active until September 2020. This supplement will automatically be applied as a credit on your activity statements until September 2020. See the link below.
The Federal Court of Australia on 16 August 2018, ruling has granted a terminated casual worker annual leave entitlements.
The Court found a truck driver employed under a labour hire arrangement as a casual, was not a casual under employment law, because of his regular and continuous pattern of work over the 2.5 years of employment and as such should have been entitled to annual leave entitlements.
Further information can be found AMMA website