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Restaurant Industry

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With Time Logic, all the following MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award rules are already built-in meaning you can roster and calculate your employees pay without having to worry about remembering Award rules.

Rostering Rules

Time Logic's Built-in Rostering Rules specifically for the Restaurant Industry Award include:

Hours

- Full time employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to 38 hours on average per week. This can be averaged over a period of no more than 4 weeks.
Award Rule: s11, s31.1

- Part time employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to less than 38 hours per week.
Award Rule: s12.2(a)

- A Part-time employee needs to be rostered for at least 3 hours on any shift.
Award Rule: s12.5

Ordinary Hours

- Employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to at least 6 Ordinary hours on any shift and no more than 11.5 Ordinary hours on any one day, exclusive of meal breaks.
Award Rule: s31.2(a)

- Employees cannot be rostered to more than 10 Ordinary hours per shift on more than 3 consecutive days without a break of at least 48 hours.
Award Rule: s31.2(b)

- Employees cannot be rostered to more than 8 days of more than 10 Ordinary Hours over a 4 week period.
Award Rule: s31.2(c)

- Employees must have a 10 hours or more break between Ordinary hours on different days. Where there is a changeover of rosters, this break can be 8 hours or more.
Award Rule: s31.2(d), s31.5

- Employees must have 8 or more days off, or without Ordinary hours, every per four week period.
Award Rule: s31.2(e)

- Employees under the age of 18 years must not be rostered to more than 10 Ordinary hours in any shift.
Award Rule: s15.3, s31.2(f)

Broken Shifts

- The spread of hours in broken shifts needs to be less than or equal to 12 hours per day.
Award Rule: s31.4

Breaks

- Employees cannot be rostered to a break no earlier than 1 hour after starting and no later than 6 hours after starting.
Award Rule: s32.1

- Employees must have an unpaid meal break if working 5 hours or more.
Award Rule: s32.1

- Unpaid meal breaks are rostered to at least 30 minutes.
Award Rule: s32.1

- If the unpaid meal break is rostered to be after 5 hours of starting, an additional 20 minute paid meal break must be rostered no earlier than 2 hours after starting and no later than 5 hours after starting work.
Award Rule: s32.2

- Full-time or part-time employees required to work more than 10 Ordinary hours in the day must be rostered to 2 additional 20 minute paid meal breaks.
Award Rule: s32.6


Payment Rules

Time Logic's already programmed Payment rules specific to the Restaurant Industry Award are:

Public Holiday

- A Casual employee needs to be paid for at least 2 hours on any shift, including on a Public Holiday.
Award Rule: s13.2, s34.4(b)

- A Full-time employee or part-time employee needs to be paid for at least 4 hours for a Public Holiday shift or on a rostered day off, even if they work less than this.
Award Rule: s13.2, s34.4(b), s33.2(d)

- If a Full-time employee has a rostered day off on a Public Holiday they need to be paid for an extra day's pay or be given a different day off or receive an additional annual leave day.
Award Rule: s38.2

Higher Rate

- An employee working at a higher classification than their own is paid for the higher rate. If this time < 2 hours, then the total time is paid at the higher rate. If this time is >= 2 hours then the whole day is paid at the higher rate.
Award Rule: s29


Overtime Rules

Time Logic's Built-in Overtime Rules specifically for the Restaurant Industry Award include:

- Hours that are not rostered are overtime hours.
Award Rule: s33.1(a)

- On a rostered day Monday to Friday, overtime is paid at time and a half for the first 2 hours, then double time after that.
Award Rule: s33.2(a)

- On a rostered Saturday, overtime is 175% of the Ordinary base rate for the first 2 hours, then double time after that.
Award Rule: s33.2(b)

- On a rostered Sunday, overtime is double time.
Award Rule: s33.2(c)

- On a rostered day off, overtime is double time. The employee must be paid for at least 4 hours of work, even if they work less than this.
Award Rule: s33.2(d)

- Overtime is calculated daily.
Award Rule: s33.3

- If after working overtime the next rostered shift is less than 8 hours in the future, the employee can start 8 hours after working overtime without loss of pay, or must be paid overtime rates until an 8 hour break is reached.
Award Rule: s33.4


Penalty Rules

Time Logic's Built-in Penalty Rules specifically for the Restaurant Industry Award include:

- Casual employees get an additional 25% for Ordinary hours worked Monday-Friday.
Award Rule: s34.1

- Full-time employees and part-time employees get an additional 25% for Ordinary hours worked on Saturday.
Award Rule: s34.1

- Casual employees get an additional 50% for Ordinary hours worked on Saturday.
Award Rule: s34.1

- Full-time employees, part-time and Casual Level 1-2 employees get an additional 50% for Ordinary hours worked on Sunday.
Award Rule: s34.1

- Casual Level 3-6 employees get an additional 75% for Ordinary hours worked on Sunday.
Award Rule: s34.1

- All employees get an additional 150% for all hours worked on public holidays. On 1 July 2017 this changes: Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 125% for all hours worked on public holidays. Casual employees continue to get an additional 150% for all hours worked on public holidays.
Award Rule: s34.1

- Employees may elect to get an additional 50% for all hours worked on public holidays instead of 150% and elect to receive the equivalent paid time as annual leave, or have one day off within the week of the public holiday, or have one day off within 28 days from the public holiday.
Award Rule: s34.4(c)

- All employees get an additional 10% for all hours worked Monday-Friday between 10pm and midnight.
Award Rule: s34.2

- All employees get an additional 15% for all hours worked Monday-Friday between midnight and 7am. On 1 July 2017 this changes to 6am.
Award Rule: s34.2

- If more than one penalty is applicable, the highest penalty will be applied. Not both.
Award Rule: s34.3


Casual Loading

Time Logic's Built-in Casual Loadings specifically for the Restaurant Industry Award include:

- Casual employees get an additional 25% of the base rate for all hours worked.
Award Rule: s13.1


Breakdowns

In Time Logic, each individual shift has a breakdown with the shift times so you know when ordinary and overtime was applied, the exact cost and the Award Rule section. Breakdowns for wage totals are also calculated instantly meaning that you can see exactly how much time and a half or double overtime was paid in the week/month or day or how much of Saturday work penalties was paid in the month/week/day.

Restaurant Industry Allowances

Time Logic's Built-in Allowances specifically for the Restaurant Industry Award include:

- Meal Allowance
Award Rule: s24.1

- Split Shift Allowance
Award Rule: s24.2

- Apprentice Tools Allowance
Award Rule: s24.3(a)


Breaks

Time Logic's breaks specifically for the Restaurant Industry Award include:

- If an employee is not given their rostered unpaid meal break at the rostered time the employee must be paid 150% of their Ordinary base rate from the rostered unpaid meal break start time until either the meal break is given or the end of their shift.
Award Rule: s32.3

- If there is no rostered meal break and an employee works more than 6 hours (for example when an employee works < 5 hours Ordinary hours and works overtime), the employee must be paid 150% of their Ordinary base rate from the end of 6 hours until a meal break is given or when the shift ends.
Award Rule: s32.4

- If an employee works more than 5 hours after their unpaid meal break then they must be given an additional 20 minute paid break.
Award Rule: s32.5

- If an employee works more than 2 hours overtime after their rostered hours, an additional 20 minute paid break must be given.
Award Rule: s32.7

Breaks are planned in employee rosters and actual times are captured via the Time Clock or manually entered in Timesheets.


Leave Types

The Restaurant Industry Award Leave Types available in Time Logic for employees include:

- Annual Leave
Award Rules: s35

- Personal Leave
Award Rules: s36

- Carer's Leave
Award Rules: s36

- Compassionate Leave
Award Rules: s36

- Public Holiday Leave
Award Rules: s38

- Community Service Leave
Award Rules: s37

- Job Search Entitlement
Award Rules: s16.3, s17.4

- Time Off for Past Overtime, where Time Off instead of Payment is given for overtime
Award Rule: s33.5


Award Rates, Above Award Rates or Custom Rates

With Time Logic you can use the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award minimum base rate, an above award rate by specifying your increased percentage or your own custom new fixed base rate.

Affected Base Rates

In Time Logic, Restaurant Industry Award base rates are calculated and updated according to employee specific circumstances.

- Junior Rates
Award Rules: s20.3, s15

- Apprentices / Apprenticeships including 4 year, 3 year and adult apprenticeships
Award Rules: s20.2

- Supported Wage System
Award Rules: Schedule C

- Traineeship
Award Rules: Schedule D

- School-based Apprentices
Award Rules: Schedule E

- School-based Traineeship
Award Rules: Schedule D.5.2(d)


Normal or Absorption Method

In Time Logic you can choose to use the normal or the absorption method to calculate pay. Choose to absorb overtime, penalty rates, allowances, loadings and annual leave loading.

Your Pay Cycle

In Time Logic, wage totals are calculated from your chosen Pay Cycle First Day. This means that if your Pay Cycle first day is a Wednesday, Wednesday to Tuesday will be shown in the Weekly View and the weekly wage totals will be calculated from Wednesday to Tuesday.

MA000119 - Restaurant Industry Award 2010


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2018 - 30/6/2019

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$719.20
Level 1$739.90
Level 2$768.30
Level 3$794.70
Level 4$837.40
Level 5$889.90
Level 6$913.70


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2017 - 30/6/2018

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$694.90
Level 1$714.90
Level 2$742.30
Level 3$767.80
Level 4$809.10
Level 5$859.80
Level 6$882.80


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2016 - 30/6/2017

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$672.70
Level 1$692.10
Level 2$718.60
Level 3$743.30
Level 4$783.30
Level 5$832.30
Level 6$854.60


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2015 - 30/6/2016

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$656.90
Level 1$675.90
Level 2$701.80
Level 3$725.90
Level 4$764.90
Level 5$812.80
Level 6$834.60


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2014 - 30/6/2015

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$640.90
Level 1$659.40
Level 2$684.70
Level 3$708.20
Level 4$746.20
Level 5$793.00
Level 6$814.20


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2013 - 30/6/2014

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$622.20
Level 1$640.20
Level 2$664.80
Level 3$687.60
Level 4$724.50
Level 5$769.90
Level 6$790.50


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2012 - 30/6/2013

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2013 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$606.40
Level 1$624.00
Level 2$648.00
Level 3$670.20
Level 4$706.10
Level 5$750.40
Level 6$770.50


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2011 - 30/6/2012

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$589.30
Level 1$606.40
Level 2$629.70
Level 3$651.30
Level 4$686.20
Level 5$729.30
Level 6$748.80


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2010 - 30/6/2011

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$569.90
Level 1$586.50
Level 2$609.00
Level 3$629.90
Level 4$663.60
Level 5$705.30
Level 6$724.20


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/1/2010 - 30/6/2010

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000119: Restaurant Industry Award for 1 January 2010 to 30 June 2010 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Introductory$543.90
Level 1$560.50
Level 2$583.00
Level 3$603.90
Level 4$637.60
Level 5$679.30
Level 6$698.20





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