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Know Your Wages💰
 
We totally get it… Finding out the correct wage you should be paid based on your industry, level or age can be confusing.
We’re here to help! Take a look below to find your wages.
Fair Work Commission Annual Wage Review 23-24 Announcement:
The National Minimum Wage and Award Minimum Wage Rates will increase by 3.75 per cent, effective from 1 July 2024.
Gen United’s industry pay charts have been updated to reflect these changes.

Select your industry:

Hospitality

Call Centres

Early Childhood Education

Aged Care

Warehouse & Distribution

Internships

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Gen United (United Workers Union) is committed to ensuring that information available through our workplace resources including data is accurate and incorporates changes to minimum rates of pay, allowances, penalty rates and workplace rights in the award as soon as they come into effect.


However, we cannot guarantee or accept any liability for the accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of the information available in these workplace resources. This is because, for example, there may be a delay between when a change takes effect, and when the information available in these resources is updated.

Helpful info about wage increases

  • Every year, the Fair Work Commission reviews the National Minimum Wage and minimum rates of pay in modern Awards to decide if they should be increased.
  • This process is called the Annual Wage Review or AWR for short.
  • The AWR usually happens between March and June. Any changes generally come into effect on the first full pay period after 1 July.
  • Most employees over the age of 21 years old are covered by an Award.

  • An award is a legal document that outlines the wages and conditions of employment for employees that are covered by it within a particular industry or occupation (such as Call Centres).

  • Award pay rates can be changed by the AWR.

  • Generally, award rates are increased by a percentage amount, rather than a dollar amount.
  • The National Minimum Wage applies to employees not covered by an Award or registered agreement.

  • As of 1 July 2024, the National Minimum Wage is $24.10 an hour.

  • The National Minimum Wage is reviewed and generally increased each year as part of the AWR.
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