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State employment laws changed on 20 June 2022.

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New unpaid family and domestic violence leave entitlement

A minimum entitlement to five days’ unpaid family and domestic violence leave has been introduced for all employees in the state industrial relations system....

Pay slips are now compulsory for all employees

It is now compulsory for all employers in state industrial relations system to provide their employees with pay slips containing specific information.  The...

State wage case decision - State minimum wage and WA...

The Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission has today increased the state minimum wage and all pay rates in WA awards effective from the first pay...

Changes to the Long Service Leave Act have commenced

The WA Long Service Leave Act applies to many state and national system employers and employees in Western Australia.  On 20 June 2022, a number of important...

Changes to state employment laws commenced this week

Earlier this week, 20 June 2022, changes to state employment laws commenced and new employer obligations and employee entitlements were introduced. Visit the...

Location allowance increases for regional employees

Many WA awards require employees to be paid a location allowance when employed in certain regional towns. Location allowances have just been increased by the...

Changes to state employment laws commence today

Today, 20 June 2022, the changes to state employment laws introduced by the Industrial Relations Legislation Amendment Act 2021 have commenced. Visit the...

Do you employ someone to help in the home?

Do you employ someone to provide domestic services in a private home?  From today, 20 June 2022, employment obligations for household employers are changing....

New state employment laws to commence on Monday 20 June 2022

The changes to state employment laws introduced by the Industrial Relations Legislation Amendment Act 2021 will commence on Monday 20 June 2022. Visit the...

Keep informed about the 2022 State Wage Case

This year’s State Wage Case, in which the WA Industrial Relations Commission considers increases to the state minimum wage and WA award pay rates, is...

Wageline News June edition published

The June edition of the Wageline News has just been published. Read this latest edition on the Wageline News page. 

Western Australia Day 2022 – public holiday information

Wageline has recently published information for state system employers and employees on employment arrangements for the Western Australia Day public holiday...

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