2017 National Minimum Wage Decision

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6 Jun, 2017

The Fair Work Commission has just handed down their decision on the 2017 National Minimum Wage.

Workers on the minimum rate will have their pay increased by 3.3%, an increase of 59c per hour.

Over the coming weeks, keep an eye on the updates to modern awards that cover your employees and ensure that any changes flow onto to your relevant staff effective from the first full pay period after 1 July 2017.

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