Q1. Who is entitled to annual leave?All employees (except for casuals). This is an entitlement which comes from the National Employment Standards (NES) which applies to all Australians.
Q2. How much annual leave is an employee entitled to?Full-time and Part-time employees are entitled to 4 weeks, calculated on a pro rata basis. However, this may vary if your employees are s
1. What do I have to pay employees who work on public holidays?Employees get paid at least their base rate for all hours worked on a public holiday and an extra public-holiday rate. The exact rate that you must pay to your employees varies depending on the agreement or awar
Bustling markets, rich in character and ripe with the aroma of traditional street food. White sand beaches, hot underfoot with crystal clear oceans gleaming in the sun light. There is no doubt that we all enjoy taking some well-deserved annual leave and heading off for a bit of R&R or on a whirlwind adventure. In the excitement of counting down to the big day, it can be easy to focus more on the trip ahead, and forget about the team and clients/customers you will be leaving behind. En
In the normal course of working life, a staff member and their Manager must agree about when they are going on annual leave.
Employees can’t just take annual leave whenever they wish. They must first obtain their Employers consent. This restriction is necessary for a number of reasons. It would be hard to manage a business if your Employees could choose to take their leave whenever they wished, and without any notice to the Employer. There may be times during the year when it would be incon