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Add an Award
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ūüéĮ The¬†Award/Agreement is configured with the rules for a Full Time Payee. However, when the Award/Agreement is assigned to a Casual Payee, only the relevant leave rules are pre-filled (e.g. LSL and PFDVL).

 

ūüéĮ If the Award is being established for a Casual Payee, ensure the Full Time Rate per Hour¬†is entered. The Loading Component is calculated in the Pay Run using either¬†Casual Loading (OTE) or¬†Casual Loading.

 

Select Awards/Agreements.

 

Select + Add Award/Agreement.

 

Select the Modern Award required based on the Payee's signed Employment Agreement. You can also search by entering the relevant details.

 

ūüéĮ When a Payee is not covered by an award or agreement, they are considered¬†award and agreement-free. However, they are still entitled to at least the¬†National minimum wage¬†and¬†National Employment Standards (NES). Based on this, we recommend that¬†National Employment Standards (NES) be selected in¬†Modern Award¬†

 

ūüĎČ If National Employment Standards (NES), QLD Award¬†or¬†WA Award¬†is selected in¬†Modern Award, please enter the name of the Award you wish to use or choose from the options you have previously added.

 

ūüéĮ To add a new Award Name, type the name, then press enter on your keyboard.

 

Enter or select the Classification required for the Payee based on the Award selected.

 

Change the OTE Hours Per Week and Days Per Week if required.

 

The Rate Per Hour is automatically populated from the Fair Work API based on the Classification selected. Change the Rate per Hour or the Annual Salary (Excluding SG) if required,

 

Select Leave Entitlements.

 

Enter the number of weeks of Annual Leave the Payee is entitled to for each year of Employment and change the Accrual Method as required.

 

 

Enter the number of days of Sick & Carer's Leave the Payee is entitled to for each year of Employment and change the Accrual Method as required.

 

 

Enter the number of years of service and the number of weeks of Long Service Leave the payee is entitled to and change the Accrual Method as required.

 

 

Enter the number of days of Paid Family and Domestic Violence Leave (PFDVL) the Payee is entitled to for each year of Employment. Accrual Method is unable to be changed based on the Governments requirements.

 

Select Save.

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