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WA PayChecker

Follow these steps to see how a proposed agreement compares with the State award.

  1. You will need these

    A pay-slip
    The proposed contract/agreement
  2. This is what you need to do

    Enter details
    for your Award


    Enter details
    for your
    Agreement/ Contract

    Allowances Allowances

  3. Before you start please read the following disclaimer


    The calculations from WA PayChecker are a guide only and are based on State award conditions and the data entered by the user. The Department of Commerce takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the results of these calculations. We recommend that you use WA PayChecker in conjunction with an authorised copy of the appropriate State award and industrial relations legislation. You should not act on the basis of any information provided by WA PayChecker without first seeking independent advice from a suitable adviser. Please read our terms of use for detailed information about the terms on which this information is displayed.

    Public Holidays

    As part of a typical working week WA PayChecker does not calculate entitlements for working on a public holiday in Western Australia when provided for in the relevant award. Public holiday entitlements are included as part of the annualised calculation.

    Further information on public holidays in Western Australia is available in the public holidays  section of the Labour Relations website.

    Location Allowances

    Employees working in regional areas may be eligible for a location allowance. WA PayChecker does not calculate the entitlements to location allowances. For information on location allowances within Western Australia please contact Wageline on 1300 655 266.

  4. Please select an award

For more information on award coverage please contact Wageline on 1300 655 266. Alternatively, you can submit an online enquiry to Wageline to find out your award.

These employees and their employers can contact Wageline on 1300 655 266 for further information on their minimum entitlements.