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With Time Logic, all the following MA000004: General Retail Industry Award rules are already built-in meaning you can roster and calculate your employees pay with confidence. If you're an employee, you can also use the Pay Calculator to view a breakdown of your pay.

Rostering Rules

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

Rostering Shift Hours

Part-time employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to greater than or equal to 3 hours per shift excluding meal and rest breaks.
Award Rule: s10.9

Casual employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to greater than or equal to 3 hours per shift excluding meal and rest breaks.
Award Rule: s11.4

Casual employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to greater than or equal to 1.5 hours per shift excluding meal and rest breaks. (2 Conditions - Applies to FT Secondary School Students, being rostered between 15:00 and 18:30.)
Award Rule: s11.4


Rostering Consecutive Days

All employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to exactly 2 consecutive days off per week OR exactly 3 consecutive days off per fortnight.
Award Rule: s15.7di

All employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to less than or equal to 6 consecutive days per week.
Award Rule: s15.7e

All employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to greater than or equal to 3 consecutive days off per 4 weeks and must include Saturday and Sunday. (1 Condition - Applies to being rostered regularly on Sunday.)
Award Rule: s15.8a


Rostering Weekly Hours

Full-time employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to an average of 38 Ordinary hours per week excluding meal and rest breaks. The average is over 4 weeks.

Part-time employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to less than 38 Ordinary hours per week excluding meal and rest breaks.
Award Rule: s10.1


Rostering Daily Hours

Part-time employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to greater than or equal to 3 hours per day excluding meal and rest breaks.
Award Rule: s10.9

All employees can be rostered to less than or equal to 11 Ordinary hours per day once a week excluding meal and rest breaks provided on the other days the employee, when rostered, needs to be rostered to less than or equal to 9 Ordinary hours per day excluding meal and rest breaks.
Award Rule: s15.5


Rostering Days Per 4 Weeks

All employees, when rostered, need to be rostered to Ordinary hours on less than or equal to 19 days per 4 weeks. (1 Condition - Applies to >= 15 employees employed per week.)
Award Rule: s15.6i


Rostering Days Per Week

All employees can be rostered to Ordinary hours on exactly 6 days per week provided in the following week the employee, when rostered, needs to be rostered to less than or equal to 4 OrdinaryHoursOn days.
Award Rule: s15.7c

No employee can be rostered to exactly 7 days per week.
Award Rule: s15.7b


Rostering Ordinary Hour Times

Time Logic's already programmed Ordinary Hours specific to the General Retail Industry Award are:

Ordinary Hours on a Weekday (Monday to Friday) are from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM. (3 Conditions - Excludes newsagency, trades > 9pm Mon-Fri, video shop.)
Award Rule: s15.1

Ordinary Hours on a Weekday (Monday to Friday) are from 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM. (1 Condition - Applies to newsagency.)
Award Rule: s15.2a

Ordinary Hours on a Weekday (Monday to Friday) are from 7:00 AM to 12:00 AM. (1 Condition - Applies to video shop.)
Award Rule: s15.2b

Ordinary Hours on a Weekday (Monday to Friday) are from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM. (1 Condition - Applies to trades > 9pm Mon-Fri.)
Award Rule: s15.2c

Ordinary Hours on a Saturday are from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM. (3 Conditions - Excludes newsagency, trades > 6pm Sat/Sun, video shop.)
Award Rule: s15.1

Ordinary Hours on a Weekend (Saturday and Sunday) are from 5:00 AM to 6:00 PM. (1 Condition - Applies to newsagency.)
Award Rule: s15.2a

Ordinary Hours on a Saturday are from 7:00 AM to 12:00 AM. (1 Condition - Applies to video shop.)
Award Rule: s15.2b

Ordinary Hours on a Saturday are from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM. (1 Condition - Applies to trades > 6pm Sat/Sun.)
Award Rule: s15.2c

Ordinary Hours on a Sunday are from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. (3 Conditions - Excludes newsagency, trades > 6pm Sat/Sun, video shop.)
Award Rule: s15.1

Ordinary Hours on a Sunday are from 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM. (1 Condition - Applies to video shop.)
Award Rule: s15.2b

Ordinary Hours on a Sunday are from 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM. (1 Condition - Applies to trades > 6pm Sat/Sun.)
Award Rule: s15.2c


Paying Overtime Rates

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

Full-time and Part-time employees who work Overtime on a Weekday (Monday to Friday) get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for the first 3 Overtime hours, then an additional 100% of the Ordinary Time Rate for the remaining Overtime hours.
Award Rule: s21.2e

Full-time and Part-time employees who work Overtime on a Saturday get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for the first 3 Overtime hours, then an additional 100% of the Ordinary Time Rate for the remaining Overtime hours.
Award Rule: s21.2e

Casual employees who work Overtime on a Weekday (Monday to Friday) get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for the first 3 Overtime hours, then an additional 100% of the Ordinary Time Rate for the remaining Overtime hours.
Award Rule: s21.2e

Casual employees who work Overtime on a Saturday get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for the first 3 Overtime hours, then an additional 100% of the Ordinary Time Rate for the remaining Overtime hours.
Award Rule: s21.2e

Full-time and Part-time employees who work Overtime on a Sunday get an additional 100% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all Overtime hours.
Award Rule: s21.2e

Full-time and Part-time employees who work Overtime on a Public Holiday get an additional 150% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all Overtime hours.
Award Rule: s21.2e

Casual employees who work Overtime on a Sunday get an additional 100% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all Overtime hours.
Award Rule: s21.2e

Casual employees who work Overtime on a Public Holiday get an additional 150% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all Overtime hours.
Award Rule: s21.2e


Paying Penalty Rates

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

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 25% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Weekday (Monday to Friday) between 6:00 PM and 12:00 AM. (1 Condition - Excludes Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s22.1a

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 25% of the Ordinary Time Rate for Ordinary hours worked on a Saturday. (1 Condition - Excludes Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s22.1a

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for Ordinary hours worked on a Sunday. (1 Condition - Excludes Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s22.1a

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 125% of the Ordinary Time Rate for Ordinary hours worked on a Public Holiday. (1 Condition - Excludes Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s22.1a

Casual employees get an additional 25% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Weekday (Monday to Friday) between 6:00 PM and 12:00 AM. (1 Condition - Excludes Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s22.1b

Casual employees get an additional 25% of the Ordinary Time Rate for Ordinary hours worked on a Saturday. (1 Condition - Excludes Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s22.1b

Casual employees get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for Ordinary hours worked on a Sunday. (1 Condition - Excludes Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s22.1b

Casual employees get an additional 125% of the Ordinary Time Rate for Ordinary hours worked on a Public Holiday. (1 Condition - Excludes Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s22.1b


Casual Loading

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

Casual employees get an additional 25% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked.
Award Rule: s11.3


Paying Shiftwork Rates

Time Logic's Shiftwork Rules specifically for the General Retail Industry Award include:

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 30% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Weekday (Monday to Friday). (2 Conditions - Applies to Shiftworkers. Excludes Baking production employee.)
Award Rule: s25.1a

Casual employees get an additional 25% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Weekday (Monday to Friday). (2 Conditions - Applies to Shiftworkers. Excludes Baking production employee.)
Award Rule: s25.1a

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Saturday. (2 Conditions - Applies to Shiftworkers. Excludes Baking production employee.)
Award Rule: s25.1b

Casual employees get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Saturday. (2 Conditions - Applies to Shiftworkers. Excludes Baking production employee.)
Award Rule: s25.1b

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 75% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Sunday. (2 Conditions - Applies to Shiftworkers. Excludes Baking production employee.)
Award Rule: s25.1c

Casual employees get an additional 75% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Sunday. (2 Conditions - Applies to Shiftworkers. Excludes Baking production employee.)
Award Rule: s25.1c

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 125% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Public Holiday. (2 Conditions - Applies to Shiftworkers. Excludes Baking production employee.)
Award Rule: s25.3e

Casual employees get an additional 125% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Public Holiday. (2 Conditions - Applies to Shiftworkers. Excludes Baking production employee.)
Award Rule: s25.3e

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 30% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Weekday (Monday to Friday). (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies after 38 hours per week, or 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2c

Casual employees get an additional 25% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Weekday (Monday to Friday). (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies after 38 hours per week, or 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2c

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Saturday. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies after 38 hours per week, or 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2c

Casual employees get an additional 50% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Saturday. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies after 38 hours per week, or 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 75% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Sunday. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies after 38 hours per week, or 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2c

Casual employees get an additional 75% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Sunday. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies after 38 hours per week, or 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2c

Full-time and Part-time employees get an additional 125% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Public Holiday. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies after 38 hours per week, or 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2c

Casual employees get an additional 125% of the Ordinary Time Rate for all hours worked on a Public Holiday. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies after 38 hours per week, or 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2c


Baking Production

Time Logic's Baking Production Rules specifically for the General Retail Industry Award include:

Paying Early Morning Shift Allowances

Full-time and Part-time employees who start between 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM will be paid an Early Morning Shift Rate of 12.5% of the minimum hourly rate. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies up to 38 hours per week, and 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2a

Casual employees who start between 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM will be paid an Early Morning Shift Rate of 12.5% of the minimum hourly rate. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies up to 38 hours per week, and 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2a


Paying Night Shift Allowances

Full-time and Part-time employees who start between 12:00 AM and 2:00 AM will be paid a Night Shift Allowance of 30% for the shift. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies up to 38 hours per week, and 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2b

Casual employees who start between 12:00 AM and 2:00 AM will be paid a Night Shift Allowance of 30% for the shift. (3 Conditions - Applies to Baking production employee. Applies up to 38 hours per week, and 9 hours per day. )
Award Rule: s25.2b


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/fortnight/month or day or how much of Saturday work penalties was paid in the month/fortnight/week/day.

General Retail Industry Allowances

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

Paying Meal Allowances

All employees required to work greater than 1 hour of overtime after working Ordinary Hours will be paid a Meal Allowance of $19.45.
Award Rule: s19.2

All employees required to work greater than 4 hours of overtime after working Ordinary Hours will be paid a Meal Allowance of $17.63 in addition to other Meal Allowances.
Award Rule: s19.2c


Paying Higher Duties Allowances

All employees engaged in duties carrying a higher rate than their original Classification for greater than 2 hours will be paid the higher rate for the day or shift.
Award Rule: s17.5a

All employees engaged in duties carrying a higher rate than their original Classification for less than or equal to 2 hours will be paid the higher rate for the time worked.
Award Rule: s17.5b


Paying Special Clothing Allowances

Full-time employees required to launder any special uniform, dress or other clothing will be paid a Special Clothing Allowance of $6.25 per week.
Award Rule: s19.3ci

Part-time and Casual employees required to launder any special uniform, dress or other clothing will be paid a Special Clothing Allowance of $1.25 per shift.
Award Rule: s19.3c


Paying Travelling Time Reimbursements

All employees who are entitled to a Travelling Time Reimbursement get paid 100% of the Ordinary time rate of pay for Travelling Time on a Weekday (Monday to Friday).
Award Rule: s19.5b

All employees who are entitled to a Travelling Time Reimbursement get paid 100% of the Ordinary time rate of pay for Travelling Time on a Saturday.
Award Rule: s19.5b

All employees who are entitled to a Travelling Time Reimbursement get paid 150% of the Ordinary time rate of pay for Travelling Time on a Sunday.
Award Rule: s19.5b

All employees who are entitled to a Travelling Time Reimbursement get paid 150% of the Ordinary time rate of pay for Travelling Time on a Public Holiday.
Award Rule: s19.5b


Shiftworker Breaks

Time Logic's planned and actual breaks specifically for the General Retail Industry Award include:

All employees will be paid for Meal Breaks. (1 Condition - Applies to Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s26

All employees will be paid for Rest Breaks. (1 Condition - Applies to Shiftworkers.)
Award Rule: s26


Leave Types

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

- Annual Leave
Award Rules: s28

- Personal Leave
Award Rules: s29

- Carer's Leave
Award Rules: s29

- Compassionate Leave
Award Rules: s29

- Public Holiday Leave
Award Rules: s33

- Community Service Leave
Award Rules: s31

- Job Search Entitlement
Award Rules: s37.2



Award Rates, Above Award Rates or Custom Rates

With Time Logic you can use the MA000004: General Retail 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, General Retail Industry Award base rates are calculated and updated according to employee specific circumstances.

Junior Rates

Employees aged 15 years or under get paid 45% of the minimum rate. (3 Conditions - Applies to Retail Employee Level 1, Retail Employee Level 2, Retail Employee Level 3.)
Award Rule: s17.2

Employees aged 16 years get paid 50% of the minimum rate. (3 Conditions - Applies to Retail Employee Level 1, Retail Employee Level 2, Retail Employee Level 3.)
Award Rule: s17.2

Employees aged 17 years get paid 60% of the minimum rate. (3 Conditions - Applies to Retail Employee Level 1, Retail Employee Level 2, Retail Employee Level 3.)
Award Rule: s17.2

Employees aged 18 years get paid 70% of the minimum rate. (3 Conditions - Applies to Retail Employee Level 1, Retail Employee Level 2, Retail Employee Level 3.)
Award Rule: s17.2

Employees aged 19 years get paid 80% of the minimum rate. (3 Conditions - Applies to Retail Employee Level 1, Retail Employee Level 2, Retail Employee Level 3.)
Award Rule: s17.2

Employees aged 20 years get paid 90% of the minimum rate. (4 Conditions - Applies to Employed <= 6 months, Retail Employee Level 1, Retail Employee Level 2, Retail Employee Level 3.)
Award Rule: s17.2

Employees aged 20 years get paid 100% of the minimum rate. (4 Conditions - Applies to Retail Employee Level 1, Retail Employee Level 2, Retail Employee Level 3. Excludes Employed <= 6 months.)
Award Rule: s17.2


Apprentice Rates

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 50% of the standard rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (1 Condition - Applies to Apprentices.)
Award Rule: s17.3a

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 60% of the standard rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (1 Condition - Applies to Apprentices.)
Award Rule: s17.3a

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 80% of the standard rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (1 Condition - Applies to Apprentices.)
Award Rule: s17.3a

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 90% of the standard rate in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (1 Condition - Applies to Apprentices.)
Award Rule: s17.3a

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 50% of the standard rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 60% of the standard rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 80% of the standard rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 90% of the standard rate in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 55% of the standard rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 65% of the standard rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 80% of the standard rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 90% of the standard rate in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3b

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 50% of the standard rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (1 Condition - Applies to Apprentices.)
Award Rule: s17.3c

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 60% of the standard rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (1 Condition - Applies to Apprentices.)
Award Rule: s17.3c

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 80% of the standard rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (1 Condition - Applies to Apprentices.)
Award Rule: s17.3c

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 50% of the standard rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 60% of the standard rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 80% of the standard rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 55% of the standard rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 65% of the standard rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 80% of the standard rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.3d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 80% of the standard rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice.)
Award Rule: s17.4a

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 80% of the standard rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (2 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice.)
Award Rule: s17.4a

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 60% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 80% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 65% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 80% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 60% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 80% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 90% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice. Excludes Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 65% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 80% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate OR 90% of the standard rate whichever is greater, in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, Completed Year 12.)
Award Rule: s17.4b

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, FT who worked for > 6 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship before 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 3 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 1st year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 2nd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 3rd year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d

An apprentice completing a 4 year apprenticeship who began the apprenticeship after 1 January 2014 gets paid 100% of the minimum rate in their 4th year of apprenticeship. (3 Conditions - Applies to Apprentices, Adult apprentice, PT or Cas who worked for > 12 months at start of apprenticeship.)
Award Rule: s17.4d


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MA000004 - General Retail Industry Award 2010


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/2/2021 - 30/6/2022

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 February 2021 to 30 June 2022 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$827.80
Retail Employee Level 2$847.60
Retail Employee Level 3$860.80
Retail Employee Level 4$877.60
Retail Employee Level 5$913.70
Retail Employee Level 6$926.90
Retail Employee Level 7$973.40
Retail Employee Level 8$1012.90


Minimum Weekly Wages for 1/7/2019 - 31/1/2021

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2019 to 31 January 2021 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$813.60
Retail Employee Level 2$833.00
Retail Employee Level 3$846.00
Retail Employee Level 4$862.50
Retail Employee Level 5$898.00
Retail Employee Level 6$911.00
Retail Employee Level 7$956.70
Retail Employee Level 8$995.50


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$789.90
Retail Employee Level 2$808.70
Retail Employee Level 3$821.40
Retail Employee Level 4$837.40
Retail Employee Level 5$871.80
Retail Employee Level 6$884.50
Retail Employee Level 7$928.80
Retail Employee Level 8$966.50


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2018 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$763.20
Retail Employee Level 2$781.40
Retail Employee Level 3$793.60
Retail Employee Level 4$809.10
Retail Employee Level 5$842.30
Retail Employee Level 6$854.60
Retail Employee Level 7$897.40
Retail Employee Level 8$933.80


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2016 to 30 June 2017 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$738.80
Retail Employee Level 2$756.40
Retail Employee Level 3$768.20
Retail Employee Level 4$783.30
Retail Employee Level 5$815.40
Retail Employee Level 6$827.30
Retail Employee Level 7$868.70
Retail Employee Level 8$904.00


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$721.50
Retail Employee Level 2$738.70
Retail Employee Level 3$750.20
Retail Employee Level 4$764.90
Retail Employee Level 5$796.30
Retail Employee Level 6$807.90
Retail Employee Level 7$848.30
Retail Employee Level 8$882.80


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$703.90
Retail Employee Level 2$720.70
Retail Employee Level 3$731.90
Retail Employee Level 4$746.20
Retail Employee Level 5$776.90
Retail Employee Level 6$788.20
Retail Employee Level 7$827.60
Retail Employee Level 8$861.30


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$683.40
Retail Employee Level 2$699.70
Retail Employee Level 3$710.60
Retail Employee Level 4$724.50
Retail Employee Level 5$754.30
Retail Employee Level 6$765.20
Retail Employee Level 7$803.50
Retail Employee Level 8$836.20


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2013 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$666.10
Retail Employee Level 2$682.00
Retail Employee Level 3$692.60
Retail Employee Level 4$706.10
Retail Employee Level 5$735.20
Retail Employee Level 6$745.80
Retail Employee Level 7$783.10
Retail Employee Level 8$815.00


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$647.30
Retail Employee Level 2$662.80
Retail Employee Level 3$673.10
Retail Employee Level 4$686.20
Retail Employee Level 5$714.50
Retail Employee Level 6$724.80
Retail Employee Level 7$761.00
Retail Employee Level 8$792.00


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$626.00
Retail Employee Level 2$641.00
Retail Employee Level 3$651.00
Retail Employee Level 4$663.60
Retail Employee Level 5$691.00
Retail Employee Level 6$701.00
Retail Employee Level 7$736.00
Retail Employee Level 8$766.00


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

Minimum weekly wages specifically for the MA000004: General Retail Industry Award for 1 January 2010 to 30 June 2010 are:

ClassificationsPer week
Retail Employee Level 1$600.00
Retail Employee Level 2$615.00
Retail Employee Level 3$625.00
Retail Employee Level 4$637.60
Retail Employee Level 5$665.00
Retail Employee Level 6$675.00
Retail Employee Level 7$710.00
Retail Employee Level 8$740.00