Minimum Wage Set to Rise April of 2019 The Government has officially announced that from the 1st of April 2019 the minimum wage will rise to $17.70 per hour. The starting out and training wages will also increase at this time to $14.16 per hour from the same date. The Government has also announced that [...]
Follow a correct, fair and thorough process from the outset and in doing so, mitigate the risk of losing a personal grievance claim.
Disciplinary action, including termination of employment, can be determined without risk providing you follow a thorough process.
The key to overcoming staff and payroll stress
The Employer used a 'pay as you go' system which involves paying 8% of the employee's weekly wage as holiday pay. This method applies only to people on fixed-term contracts under 12 months, and for work that is so irregular, it is impracticable for an employer to provide annual leave.