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holiday pay if they would normally be rostered for work on that day. Casual employees are entitled to... public holiday pay if they were rostered on for work on that day. Award free Employees and Employers...  If this is the case, you could find yourself with a costly back pay bill. This information applies... Covering the different types of leave such as Annual, Personal and Parental leave as well as employee Superannuation and Holiday Pay

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Employee Leave Holidays And Termination ⇒ Employee Leave Entitlements And Public Holidays
employee, including correct pay rates for their classification, superannuation, overtime and penalty rates.... employer and employee. Working holiday visa holders who perform ‘specified work’, in an eligible regional... Australian area for a minimum of three months (88 days) while on their first working holiday visa (subclass...

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Visas And Contracts ⇒ Coming From Overseas
only) Do you pay 17.5% leave loading on holiday pay for award employees? Does your employee have a... worked, the employee must be paid for that holiday.  Part-time employees must be paid for a minimum of 3... time rather than casual. You might have to back pay entitlements if it is found that you have engaged...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Rights And Responsibilities As An Employer ⇒ Legal Requirements
holiday? Maybe you are even looking for a future partner or someone to buy into the farm long term? You... will also need to think about what classification or pay is appropriate for the level of worker you are... Different Types of Employment below)  NOTE See the  How much do i pay someone... These days it's almost impossible to do all the work on our farms without at least a little help from the outside workforce. Successful farms are run by successful employers, this isn't something that happens by chance. An organised employer will have a strong understanding of the role and type of person they want for their farm, and be able to communicate their expectations clearly. This gives them a better chance of finding and keeping the right person for the job.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Getting Ready To Employ Someone ⇒ Planning For New Employees On Your Farm
future goals. For example, Ben is a full time Farm Assistant in his first year of work. His annual pay..., which includes some overtime and public holiday hours, works out to be roughly $41,000 per annum.  ... automatic payment so that each month (or week) a portion of your pay goes directly into a savings account. ... Like professional development, education and training opportunities come in many different forms. These range from one-on-one training, to short courses, to Degrees, Diplomas and Certificate courses.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Managing Your Ag Career ⇒ Goals And Direction
minimum conditions and terms for employment. It provides you with information about how much to pay your... At the end of this section, you will find a summary of information for your industry, regarding pay... resources section also has full pay summary PDFs for each award that you can download....

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Pay Rates Awards And Payroll ⇒ Award Rates Work Agreements And Pay Entitlements
– Word Doc Sample Timesheet – Word Doc TOP Pay slips Your employer... will provide you with a copy of your pay slip that has all the important information on it. Employers... must provide written notification of pay within one working day of making payment to you. See the... • Inductions and probation periods • Rosters & timesheets • Pay slips • IFAs • Ending your employment

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ What To Expect In The Workplace ⇒ What Will I Need To Know
four weeks’ annual holiday leave after a year’s employment. If possible, try to take at least two weeks... Work life balance is the important balance between work and play. Too much work can make you tired, stressed and bored. Too little work can mean you lose focus, enthusiasm and money. The aim is to get enough work to keep you interested and enough leisure time to have fun.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Managing Your Ag Career ⇒ Work Life Balance
employees pay and send it to the Australian Taxation Office Tax When you pay employees, you... need to withhold tax from their pay and send these amounts to the Australian Taxation Office... pay super contributions for your eligible employees, at a minimum rate of 9.5% of their ordinary time...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Pay Rates Awards And Payroll ⇒ Managing Farm Payroll
pay employees at the end of ongoing employment You may need to pay any or all of the following... dismissal. The National Employment standards provide for Redundancy pay based on years of continuous... service with an employer. Redundancy pay is calculated on the employee’s base rate of pay  for...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Employee Leave Holidays And Termination ⇒ Terminating Employment
expected tasks, see the references in determining pay rates and classifications  in the employer... RESOURCES AND REFERENCES P.A.C.T is the Fair Work Ombudsman’s pay and conditions tool. The... classification or level any entitlements and your rate of pay Other things such as leave and overtime may... As an employee, you should be given a classification which accurately reflects your skills, experience and the work to be performed. Depending on your industry you are working in, the classification will be based on either the Pastoral Award 2010, Horticulture Award 2010, or the Cotton Ginning Award 2010.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Getting Employed ⇒ How Much Should I Get Paid
templates Contracts should include the classification, pay rate, hours of work, any shift penalties or... applicable pay and terms of engagement. Part-time employees and employers must agree in writing as to... of pay. The Pastoral Award 2010 does not require employers to provide a written statement to... It's important that both you and your workers share the same expectations to ensure a smooth working relationship.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Getting Ready To Employ Someone ⇒ Documents You Will Need To Employ Someone
provide financial assistance to help you pay for training or equipment, they can also introduce you to... Each industry will have its own requirements regarding the qualifications, tickets or certificates you need to gain employment.

Farming ⇒ Employees ⇒ Why Work In Agriculture ⇒ Starting Your Ag Career
they’d finance the cows. We have a 5 year plan of monthly payments to pay off the cows.” Will believes... When Will Colbert left school he became an apprentice butcher, but with a childhood of working on his parent’s dairy farm at Yarram, Victoria, he soon missed being outdoors.

Your Stories ⇒ Will Colbert Share Farmer Nilma North Victoria
if you ask them to do productive work, you'll need to pay them the minimum hourly rate for the job.... Advertising your employment opportunities can help you find a suitable person to fill your staffing needs. How you advertise the job will affect who applies for it

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Finding And Hiring Employees ⇒ Advertising Positions And Interviewing Applicants
pay off the herd. To be a successful Lessee, they believe a person must be hardworking, patient and... Brodie Chester and Kevin Game have a passion for animals and love of the farming lifestyle.

Your Stories ⇒ Brodie Chester And Kevin Game Lessee Bega New South Wales
more manageable: a bonus rather than a pay increase. Another option that does not depend on cash flow...

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Workplace Training And Development ⇒ Creating A Better Workplace
an instructor come to your workplace than to pay for individual courses for each employee.   Some... pay for training. If a deal seems too good to be true – it usually is! Remember – online learning... Employees who are happy in the workplace and are provided with relevant training, encouragement, guidance, reward, and possibilities for career development, will be much more likely to work harder, care about doing their job properly and want to help you grow your business.

Farming ⇒ Employers ⇒ Workplace Training And Development ⇒ Professional Development And Performance Appraisals

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