Do Your Wages Add Up?

Do your wages add up?

All employers should make note of the 2.5% increase to minimum wages which will apply from 1 July 2015.

Check out the Fair Work Ombudsman’s update for more details:

If wages are left unchecked, not only can underpaid staff members come back to bite you for large lump sum reimbursements, you can also face action and fines from Fair Work Australia.

For peace of mind we can conduct a fixed fee review of your employment agreements to ensure they comply with Fair Work standards.

Call our employment law guru Brittany Smeed on (07) 5458 9999 or email [email protected] to see what we can do for you.

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