Annual Wage Review Increase: What it means for your business

On June 3, 2024 Fair Work Commission handed down its decision for the Annual Wage Review 2023-24 (‘AWR’). The panel awarded 3.75% increase to all modern award wage rates and 3.75% national minimum wage increase. The increases commence from the first full pay period after July 1, 2024.

Join Business Chamber Queensland’s webinar ‘Annual Wage Review Increase: What it means for your business’ to understand what the increase means for business operators and how you can implement this in your workplace.

The webinar will also cover:

  • The practical application of the increase for Awards and Enterprise Agreements,
  • What does this mean for over-Award payments, 1 July increase to the Superannuation contribution percentage
  • What does the first full pay period on or after 1 July mean to you, and
  • 1 July increase to the Superannuation contribution percentage




Webinar details:

Topic: Annual Wage Review Decisions: What it means for your business
Date: Tuesday, 18 June 2024
Time: 9:30am - 10:30am
Zoom webinar


Business Chamber Queensland member price: FREE
Non-member: $80 + GST

To avail your member discount, enter the email address associated with your Business Chamber Queensland membership as 'promo code'.

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Chloe Boike | Workplace Relations Advisor

Chloe joined Business Chamber Queensland in early April 2023 in the position of Workplace Relations Advisor.

Before joining the Workplace Advisory Services team, Chloe worked at the Ipswich City Council as a Workplace Relations Officer. Chloe has a good deal of experience in writing and reviewing company policies and procedures as well as negotiating and implementing Enterprise Bargaining Agreements.

Chloe is in the process of completing her final subjects to attain a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and a Bachelor of Business Management (majoring in Human Resources) at the University of Queensland. Thanks to her studies, Chloe is quite practised in finding relevant research and understanding case law. Chloe is a member of the Industrial Relations Society of Queensland.





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