MCDONALD'S AUSTRALIA ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT 2013 COMMISSIONER BULL SYDNEY, 24 JULY 2013

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1 [2013] FWCA 5001 DECISION Fair Work Act 2009 s Application for approval of a single-enterprise agreement McDonald's Australia Limited (AG2013/7236) MCDONALD'S AUSTRALIA ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT 2013 Fast food industry COMMISSIONER BULL SYDNEY, 24 JULY 2013 Application for approval of the McDonald's Australia Enterprise Agreement [1] An application has been made for approval of an enterprise agreement known as the McDonald's Australia Enterprise Agreement 2013 (the Agreement). The application was made pursuant to s.185 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (the Act). The Agreement is a singleenterprise agreement. [2] On 23 April 2013, pursuant to s.249 of the Act, Deputy President Sams issued a single interest employer authorisation [PR535937]. At Annexure A to the authorisation each of the Applicants were listed as employers to be covered by the proposed agreement. This Agreement shall cover those employers listed at Annexure A of that Order. [3] The Commission wrote to the Applicant s representative and the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees Association (SDAEA) being a bargaining representative for the Agreement, with respect to employees engaged as level 4 employees being excluded from minimum breaks, overtime, penalties and early morning loadings. [4] The Applicant s representative advised the Commission that level four employees will not be required to work without a 10 hour break between engagements. [5] With respect to the non-payment of overtime and other penalties to level 4 employees, the Company has provided indicative hours worked and the rates payable indicating that level 4 employees without these modern award benefits which are found in the Fast Food Industry Award 2010, being the relevant modern award for the purposes of the better off overall test will still be better off overall. [6] I am satisfied that each of the requirements of ss.186, 187 and 188 as are relevant to this application for approval have been met. [7] The SDAEA being a bargaining representative for the Agreement, has given notice s.183 of the Act that it wants the Agreement to cover it. In accordance with s.201(2) I note that the Agreement covers this organisation. 1

2 [2013] FWCA 5001 [8] The Agreement is approved. In accordance with s.54(1) the Agreement will operate from 31 July The nominal expiry date of the Agreement is 24 June COMMISSIONER Printed by authority of the Commonwealth Government Printer <Price code G, AE PR539316> 2

3 MCDONALD'S AUSTRALIA ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT Title This Agreement shall be known as the McDonald's Australia Enterprise Agreement 2013 ("Agreement") and is intended to be approved as an enterprise agreement the Fair Work Act Arrangement The Agreement is arranged as follows: Clause... Subject 1 Title Arrangement Definitions Application Nominal Expiry Date The National Employment Standards Award references Consultation Term Dispute Settlement Term Individual Flexibility Term Long Service Leave Employment Categories Full-Time Employees Part-Time Employees Casual Employment Termination of Employment Redundancy... 9 Classifications and Wage Rates Classifications Minimum Weekly Wages Junior Rates Allowances Locality Allowances Superannuation Payment of Wages Accident Make-up Pay (Victoria Only) Supported Wage Ordinary Hours of Work Hours of Work Overtime Breaks during work periods Leave and Public Holidays Annual leave Personal/Carers and Compassionate Leave Public Holidays Community Service Leave Emergency Services Leave Natural-Gisaster- Leave Jury Service Leave Unpaid Leave Blood Donor Leave Bone Marrow Donor Leave Defence Forces Leave... 39

4 41 Domestic Violence Leave Parental Leave Union Membership Savings Schedule A - Classifications Definitions "Act" means the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), as amended or replaced from time to time. "Employer" means McDonald's Australia Limited ABN and the franchisees listed in Schedule 1 and any of their successors, and/or transmittees or assignees during the life of the agreement, operating in Australia. A reference in this Agreement to "Employer" may be a reference to these entities individually or collectively, as is applicable in the circumstances. "Crew Trainer" means a Level 2 employee who has been appointed to the position of Crew Trainer or Coach by the Employer for the purposes of coaching and training other Level 2 employees as required by the Employer. A Crew Trainer will be required to complete the McDonald's Crew Trainer Development Program. "SOA" means the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees' Association. "Shift Supervisor" means a Level 3 employee who has been appointed to the position of Shift Supervisor but does not include employees classified as managers, trainee managers or any other managerial position. A Shift Supervisor will be required to complete the McDonald's Shift Supervisor Course. "Shift worker" means, for the purposes of this Agreement, and the NES, an employee who is employed in a McDonald's restaurant in which shifts are continuously rostered 24 hours a day for 7 days a week, and the employee is regularly rostered to work those shifts, and the employee regularly works on Sunday or public holidays. "Weekly employee" means an employee who is employed as a full time or part time employee. "Standard rate" means the ordinary hourly rate of a level 2 employee. 4 Application This Agreement shall apply to the Employer and all employees of the Employer engaged at the Employers' McDonald's restaurants around Australia, who are engaged in a classification which falls within the classification structure set out in Schedule A of this Agreement. 5 Nominal Expiry Date This Agreement shall commence on the later of 23 ~une 2013 or seven days after the dafe of approval by the Fair Work Commission. The nominal expiry date of this Agreement is 24th June

5 6 The National Employment Standards 6.1 The National Employment Standards together with this Agreement contain the minimum conditions of employment for employees covered by the Agreement. The National Employment Standards ("the NES") is a set of legislated minimum employment entitlements. 6.2 In summary, the NES currently provides the following: An average of 38 ordinary hours of work per week for full time employees; An employee with 12 months' service has a right to up to 12 months unpaid parental leave and the right to request an additional period of up to 12 months parental leave. The Employer can refuse the request for additional parental leave on reasonable business grounds; Four weeks' annual leave per annum for weekly employees with an additional week for certain continuous shift workers; Ten days' per annum paid personal/carer's leave for full time employees, and pro-rata for part-time employees; Two days' unpaid carer's leave per occasion for casuals and employees who have exhausted their paid carer's leave entitlements; Up to two days' paid compassionate leave per occasion; Paid jury service leave and unpaid leave for eligible community service activities; Long service leave; Public holidays; Notice of termination and redundancy pay, subject to certain exclusions; and The provision of a Fair Work Information Statement to new employees. 6.3 No term of this Agreement will operate to exclude the NES or any provision of the NES, or be detrimental to an employee in any respect when compared with the NES. 7 Award references References in this Agreement to the: (a) Restaurants Industry - McDonald's - South Australia / Northern Territory Award 2000, Restaurants Industry - McDonalds's - Australian Capital Territory - Award 2000 the Fast Food Outlets Award 1990, the McDonald's - Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees' Association - Victoria - Award 2004, McDonald's - Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees' Association - NSW - Award 2006 and the Quick Service Food Outlets Award - State 2004 are references to the relevant Award as in force at 31 December 2009; and (b) Fast Food Industry Award 2010 are references to each Award as in force at the date on which the application for approval of this Agreement is filed with the Fair Work Commission. 8 Consultation Term 8.1 This term applies if: an Employer has made a definite decision to introduce a major change to production, program, organisation, structure, or technology in relation to a McDonald's restaurant; and 3

6 8.1.2 the change is likely to have a significant effect on employees of the Employer. 8.2 The Employer must notify the relevant employees of the decision to introduce the major change. 8.3 The Employer must notify and discuss with the SDA its decision to introduce the major change. 8.4 The relevant employees may appoint a representative for the purposes of the procedures in this term. 8.5 If: a relevant employee appoints, or relevant employees appoint, a representative for the purposes of consultation; and the employee or employees advise the Employer of the identity of the representative; the Employer must recognise the representative. 8.6 As soon as practicable after making its decision, the Employer must: discuss with the relevant employees: (i) (ii) (iii) the introduction of the change; and the effect the change is likely to have on the employees; and measures the Employer is taking to avert or mitigate the adverse effect of the change on the employees; and for the purposes of the discussion - provide, in writing, to the relevant employees; (i) (ii) (iii) all relevant information about the change including the nature of the change proposed; and information about the expected effects of the change on the employees; and any other matters likely to affect the employees. However, the Employer is not required to disclose confidential or commercially sensitive information to the relevant employees. 8.7 The Employer must give prompt and genuine consideration to matters raised about the major change by the relevant employees. 8.8 If a term in the Agreement provides for a major change to production, program, organisation, structure or technology in relation to the McDonald's restaurant operated by the Employer, the requirements set out in subclauses 8.2, 8.3, 8.4 and 8.6 are taken not to apply. 8.9 In this term, a major change is likely to have a significant effect on employees if it results in: the termination of the employment of employees; or major change to the composition, operation or size of the Employer's workforce or to the skills required of employees; or the elimination or diminution of job opportunities (including opportunities for promotion or tenure); or 4

7 8.9.4 the alteration of hours of work; or the need to retrain employees; or the need to relocate employees to another workplace; or the restructuring of jobs In this term, relevant employees means the employees who may be affected by the major change. 9 Dispute Settlement Term 9.1 In the event of a dispute about a matter arising between the employer and an employee or employees, including a dispute this Agreement, or the NES, in the first instance, an attempt will be made to resolve the matter at the workplace through discussions between the employee or employees concerned and the relevant supervisor and/or manager. If such discussions do not resolve the dispute, an attempt will be made to resolve the matter by discussions between the employee and employees concerned and the employees may request the assistance of the SDA and more senior levels of management. Employee/s may appoint a person or organisation including the SDA to represent them in relation to the dispute. 9.2 If the dispute is unable to be resolved at the workplace level, a party to the dispute may refer the matter to Fair Work Commission for assistance through mediation, conciliation, expressing an opinion or making a recommendation, and/or arbitration. 9.3 While the dispute settlement procedure in this clause is being conducted, work shall continue normally unless an employee has a reasonable concern about an imminent risk to his or her health and safety. If such concern exists, the employee must not unreasonably fail to comply with a direction of the Employer to perform other available work, whether at the same or another workplace, that is safe and appropriate for the employee to perform. 10 Individual Flexibility Term 10.1 An Employer and employee covered by this Agreement may agree to make an individual flexibility arrangement to vary the effect of terms of the Agreement if: the Agreement deals with one or more of the following matters: i. Substitution of a day off by an individual clause the arrangement meets the genuine needs of the Employer and employee in relation to the matters mentioned in paragraph (i); and the arrangement is genuinely agreed to by the Employer and employee 10.2 The Employer must ensure that the terms of the individual flexibility arrangement: are about permitted matters section 172 of the Act; and are not unlawful terms section 194 of the Act; and result in the employee being better off overall than the employee would be if no arrangement was made The Employer must ensure that the individual flexibility arrangement: 5

8 is in writing; and includes the name of the Employer and employee; and is signed by the Employer and employee and if the employee is 18 years of age, signed by a parent or guardian of the employee; and includes details of: (a) the terms of the Agreement that will be varied by the arrangement; and (b) (c) how the arrangement will vary the effect of the terms; and how the employee will be better off overall in relation to the terms and conditions of his or her employment as a result of the arrangement; and states the day on which the arrangement commences The Employer must give the employee a copy of the individual flexibility arrangement within 14 days after it is agreed to The Employer or employee may terminate the individual flexibility arrangement: by giving no more than 28 days written notice to the other party to the arrangement; or if the Employer and employee agree in writing - at any time. 11 Long Service Leave Long service leave will be provided in accordance with applicable State and Territory legislation, except that in the case of employees in Broken Hill long service leave shall be in accordance with the applicable SA long service leave legislation. 12 Employment Categories 12.1 Employees this Agreement will be employed in one of the following categories: full-time employees; part-time employees; or casual employees At the time of engagement an Employer will inform each employee of the terms of their engagement and, in particular, whether they are to be full-time, part-time or casual. - -~ c. _ Full-Time Employees 6

9 13.1 A full-time employee is an employee who works an average of 38 ordinary hours per week over a 4 week cycle. The minimum daily engagement for a full time employee is four hours, subject to the provisions of clause The maximum number of shifts in any week shall be five The maximum number of hours a full time employee shall work in any day shall be 9.5 hours excluding meal breaks A full time employee is to be rostered so as to have 2 consecutive days off per week provided that a full time employee may agree otherwise A full time employee is to be rostered so as to have 1 weekend off each 4 weeks, provided that a full time employee may agree otherwise The maximum number of consecutive days a full time employee shall work is 6, provided that a full time employee may agree otherwise Subclause 13.3,13.4,13.5 and 13.6 will not apply to Level 4 employees An Employer will give at least five days' notice to a full time employee of their rostered hours for the week. 14 Part-Time Employees 14.1 A part-time employee is an employee who: Works less than 36 hours per week but shall work at least 10 hours per week has reasonably predictable hours of work At the time of the employee first being employed the employer shall request a schedule of the availability of the employee to work and the employee shall complete such availability schedule and return it to the employer. When the employee's availability changes or upon the request of the employer the employee shall update their availability schedule. Where an employee seeks to request a reduction in their availability to work, the employer may discuss a reduction in their agreed number of hours of work per week. Any change to the employee's part - time contract regarding their availability for work or number of hours of work shall only take affect once both the employer and employee agree At the time of first being employed, the employer and the part-time employee will agree, in writing on paper or electronically, on the minimum number of hours to be worked each week which shall be not less than 10 hours and not more than 36 hours The employer shall give at least five days' notice to an employee of their rostered hours for the week. Such rostered hours shall be during the employee's advised availability. The roster shall include the days of the week on which the employee will work and the actual starting and finishing time on each day. The employer may offer more hours of work than the employee's agreed minimum number of hours and if the employee elects to work such hours they shall be paid in accordance with Clause 14.6 (up to a maximum of 38 hours per week). Such additional hours shall accrue entitlements such as annual leave, personal/carer's leave and long service leave. Whilst a part-time employee may work up to 38 hours without the payment of - evertime,the t=mpleyefmay not-enter-intetlntlgreemenhor a -parhime employee to have a maximum number of agreed hours of more than 36 hours per week No existing casual shall be required to change to part-time but an employee may mutually agree with the employer to change to part-time. An existing casual shall not be disadvantaged if they elect not to change to part-time. 7

10 14.6 A part-time employee employed the provisions of this clause will be paid for ordinary hours worked at the rate of 1/38th of the weekly rate prescribed for the class of work performed An employee who does not meet the definition of a part-time employee and who is not a full-time employee will be paid as a casual employee in accordance with clause An employer is required to roster a part-time employee for a minimum of 3 consecutive hours on any shift, subject to clause The maximum number of starts in a week shall be five A part-time employee is to be rostered so as to have 2 consecutive days off per week, provided that a part time employee may agree otherwise A part-time employee is to be rostered so as to have 1 weekend off each 4 weeks, provided that a part time employee may agree otherwise The maximum number of consecutive days a part time employee shall work is 6, provided that a part time employee may agree otherwise The maximum number of ordinary hours a part time employee shall work in any day shall 9.5 hours excluding meal breaks Subclause 14.10, 14.11, and will not apply to Level 4 employees. 15 Casual Employment 15.1 A casual employee is an employee engaged and employed as such A casual will be paid both the hourly rate paid to a full-time employee at the applicable level and a casual loading. Such loading will be based on the state that the employee is working in and will be as follows, from the first full pay period on or after that dates in the table below: 24th June st July 1 st July 1 st All States and Territories except OLD & WA 22% 23% 24% 25% OLD 24.6% 25% 25% 25% WA 25% 25% 25% 25% July 15.3 Casual employees will be paid in accordance with the pay arrangements in clause Any shift for a casual employee will be for a minimum engagement of 3 hours (subject to the provisions of clause 21.2) The maximum number of ordinary hours to be worked by a casual employee is 38 per week The maximum number of shifts to be worked by a casual in any week shall be five. _.- - -I 15.7 The maximum number of ordinary hours a casual employee shall work in any day shall be 9.5 hours excluding meal breaks. 8

11 15.8 The maximum number of consecutive days a casual employee shall work is 6, provided that a casual employee may agree otherwise. 16 Termination of Employment 16.1 Subject to clause 16.2, notice of termination by an Employer is provided to employees in accordance with the NES. Currently, the notice of termination by an Employer provided for in the NES is as follows: Not more than 1 year of continuous service More than 1 year, but not more than 3 years continuous service More than 3 years, but not more than 5 years continuous service More than 5 years continuous service 1 week 2 weeks 3 weeks 4 weeks The relevant notice period increases by 1 week if the employee is over 45 years old and has completed at least 2 years' continuous service with the Employer. Subject to the requirements of the Act, the Employer may, in its discretion, make payment in lieu of notice to the employee of some or all of the notice period Notice of termination by an employee The notice of termination required to be given by a Level 2 weekly employee is 1 week. The notice of termination required to be given by a Level 3 or 4 weekly employee is the same as that required of an Employer except that there is no requirement on the employee to give additional notice based on the age of the employee concerned. If an employee fails to give the required notice, the Employer may withhold any monies due to the employee on termination this Agreement or the NES, an amount not exceeding the amount the employee would have been paid this Agreement in respect of the period of notice required by this clause less any period of notice actually given by the employee. Where an Employer has provided payment in lieu of notice to an employee, for all or any of the minimum period of notice, the Employer will still count the notice period for the purposes of calculating any service related entitlement of the employee arising this Agreement (including but not limited to entitlements arising applicable long service leave legislation) Job search entitlement Where an Employer has given notice of termination to a weekly employee, an employee must be allowed up to one day's time off without loss of pay for the purpose of seeking other employment. The time off is to be taken at times that are convenient to the employee after consultation with the Employer Redundancy Redundancy pay is provided to employees in accordance with the NES. Currently, the NES redundancy pay scale is as follows: Redundancy pay period 9

12 Employee's period of continuous service with I Redundancy pay period - the Employer on termination 1 IAt least 1 year but less than 2 years 14 weeks 2 IAt least 2 years but less than 3 years 6 weeks 3 IAt least 3 years but less than 4 years 7 weeks 4 IAt least 4 years but less than 5 years 8 weeks 5 At least 5 years but less than 6 years 10 weeks 6 ~t least 6 years but less than 7 years 11 weeks 7 ~t least 7 years but less than 8 years 13 weeks 8 ~t least 8 years but less than 9 years 14 weeks 9 IAt least 9 years but less than 10 years 16 weeks 10 IAt least 10 years 12 weeks However, if an employee based in Queensland would receive a higher redundancy payment the Quick Service Food Outlets Award - State 2004 (if that Award, but for any enterprise agreement, would have applied if the employee had been employed at 31 December 2009), the employee will receive a redundancy payment in accordance with the redundancy scale in that Award Notice in circumstances of redundancy Employees based in South Australia, Northern Territory, Australian Capital Territory and Victoria, whose employment is terminated on the ground of redundancy because of the introduction or proposed introduction by the Employer of automation or other like technological changes in the industry, will be given 3 months notice of termination. In all other circumstances, notice of termination will be as provided for in clause Transfer to lower paid duties Where an employee is transferred to lower paid duties by reason of redundancy, the same period of notice must be given as the employee would have been entitled to if the employment had been terminated and the Employer may, at the Employer's option, make payment instead of an amount equal to the difference between the employee's former weekly wage and the employee's new weekly wagfl for the number of weeks of notice still owing Employees leaving during notice period An employee given notice of termination in circumstances of redundancy may terminate their employment during the period of notice. The employee is entitled to receive the benefits and payments they would have received this clause had they remained in employment until the expiry of the notice, but is not entitled to payment instead of notice Job search entitlement A weekly employee given notice of termination in circumstances of redundancy must be allowed up to one day's time off without loss of pay during each week of notice for the purpose of seeking other employment If the employee has been allowed paid leave for more than one day during the notice period for the purpose of seeking other employment, the - - -employee~mustic oat~the~ request~of ~theo~employerj-- at an interview or they will not be entitled to payment for the time absent. For this purpose a statutory declaration is sufficient This entitlement applies instead of clause

13 17.6 Employees exempted This clause shall not apply where employment is terminated as a consequence of conduct that justifies instant dismissal, or in the case of casual employees or employees engaged for a specific period of time or for a specified task or tasks and who are terminated at the end of this specific period or task. Classifications and Wage Rates 18 Classifications 18.1 All employees covered by this Agreement must be classified according to the structure set out in Schedule A - Classifications. Employers must advise their employees in writing, on paper or electronically of their classification and of any changes to their classification The classification by the Employer must be according to the skill level or levels required to be exercised by the employee in order to carry out the principal functions of the employment as determined by the Employer Employees who were engaged as Level 1 employees the McDonald's Australia Enterprise Agreement 2009 as at 23rd June 2013, shall be reclassified as Level 2 employees within this Agreement from the first full pay period to commence on or after 24th June

14 19 Minimum Weekly Wages 19.1 New South Wales. The following rates of pay in this clause shall apply to employees throughout the term of this Agreement from the dates specified. The rates of pay published for casual employees are inclusive of casual loading. First full pay period commencing on or after 24th June 2013 New South Wales Level 2 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2014 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2015 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2016 Age and Age and Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual $ $18.94 $23.11 $ $19.60 $24.11 $ $20.33 $25.21 $ $21.08 $26.35 $ $17.05 $20.80 $ $17.64 $21.70 $ $18.30 $22.69 $ $18.97 $23.72 $ $15.15 $18.49 $ $15.68 $19.29 $ $16.26 $20.17 $ $16.87 $21.08 $ $13.26 $16.18 $ $13.72 $16.88 $ $14.23 $17.65 $ $14.76 $18.45 $ $11.36 $13.86 $ $11.76 $14.47 $ $12.20 $15.12 $ $12.65 $15.81 $ $9.47 $11.55 $ $9.80 $12.06 $ $10.16 $12.60 $ $10.54 $13.18 $ $7.58 $9.24 $ $7.84 $9.65 $ $8.13 $10.08 $ $8.43 $10.54 $ $7.58 $9.24 $ $7.84 $9.65 $ $8.13 $10.08 $ $8.43 $10.54 First full pay period commencing on or after 24th June 2013 Level 3 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2014 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2015 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2016 Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual $ $19.86 $24.22 $ $20.55 $25.28 $ $21.31 $26.43 $ $22.10 $27.62 $ $17.87 $21.80 $ $18.50 $22.75 $ $19.18 $23.78 $ $19.89 $24.86 $ $15.88 $19.38 $ $16.44 $20.22 $ $17.05 $21.14 $ $17.68 $22.10 $ $13.90 $16.96 $ $14.39 $17.69 $ $14.92 $18.50 $ $15.47 $19.34 $ $11.91 $14.53 $ $12.33 $15.17 $ $12.79 $15.86 $ $13.26 $16.57 $ $9.93 $12.11 $ $10.28 $12.64 $ $10.66 $13.21 $ $11.05 $13.81 $ $7.94 $9.69 $ $8.22 $10.11 $ $8.52 $10.57 $ $8.84 $11.05 $ $7.94 $9.69 $ $8.22 $10.11 $ $8.52 $10.57 $ $8.84 $11.05 First full pay period commencing on or after 24th June 2013 Level 4 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2014 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2015 First full pay period commencing on or after 1st July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $22.60 $27.57 $ $23.39 $28.77 $ $24.26 $30.08 $ $25.15 $ $ $20.34 $24.81 $ $21.05 $25.89 $ $21.83 $27.07 $ $22.64 $ $ $18.08 $22.06 $ $18.71 $23.02 $ $19.41 $24.06 $ $20.12 $ $ $15.82 $19.30 $ $16.37 $20.14 $ $16.98 $21.05 $ $17.61 $ and $ $11.30 $13.79 $ $11.70 $14.39 $ $12.13 $15.04 $ $12.58 $15.72 $ $9.04 $11.03 $ $9.36 $11.51 $ $9.70 $12.03 $ $10.06 $12.58 $ $9.04 $11.03 $ $9.36 $11.51 $ $9.70 $12.03 $ $10.06 $

15 19.2 Australian Capital Territory. The following rates of pay in this clause shall apply to employees throughout the term of this Agreement from the dates specified. The rates of pay published for casual employees are inclusive of casual loading. Australian Capital Territory Level 2 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $19.10 $23.30 $ $19.77 $24.31 $ $20.50 $25.42 $ $21.25 $ $ $17.19 $20.97 $ $17.79 $21.88 $ $18.45 $22.87 $ $19.13 $ $ $15.28 $18.64 $ $15.81 $19.45 $ $16.40 $20.33 $ $17.00 $ $ $13.37 $16.31 $ $13.84 $17.02 $ $14.35 $17.79 $ $14.88 $ $ $11.46 $13.98 $ $11.86 $14.59 $ $12.30 $15.25 $ $12.75 $ $ $9.55 $11.65 $ $9.88 $12.16 $ $10.25 $12.71 $ $10.63 $ $ $7.64 $9.32 $ $7.91 $9.72 $ $8.20 $10.17 $ $8.50 $ and $ $7.64 $9.32 $ $7.91 $9.72 $ $8.20 $10.17 $ $8.50 $10.63 Level 3 First full pay period First full pay period Firstfull pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $20.02 $24.42 $ $20.72 $25.49 $ $21.49 $26.64 $ $22.28 $ $ $18.02 $21.98 $ $18.65 $22.94 $ $19.34 $23.98 $ $20.05 $ $ $16.02 $19.54 $ $16.58 $20.39 $ $17.19 $21.31 $ $17.83 $ $ $14.01 $17.10 $ $14.50 $17.84 $ $15.04 $18.65 $ $15.60 $ $ $12.01 $14.65 $ $12.43 $15.29 $ $12.89 $15.99 $ $13.37 $ $ $10.01 $12.21 $ $10.36 $12.74 $ $10.74 $13.32 $ $11.14 $ $ $8.01 $9.77 $ $8.29 $10.19 $ $8.59 $10.66 $ $8.91 $ and $ $8.01 $9.77 $ $8.29 $10.19 $ $8.59 $10.66 $ $8.91 $11.14 Level 4 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $22.79 $27.80 $ $23.58 $29.01 $ $24.46 $30.33 $ $25.36 $ $ $20.51 $25.02 $ $21.23 $26.11 $ $22.01 $27.29 $ $22.83 $ $ $18.23 $22.24 $ $18.87 $23.21 $ $19.57 $24.26 $ $20.29 $ $ $15.95 $19.46 $ $16.51 $20.31 $ $17.12 $21.23 $ $17.75 $ $ $13.67 $16.68 $ $14.15 $17.41 $ $14.67 $18.20 $ $15.22 $ ~L.. _. ~~2.95 _~1l2~. S ~4.'ll\.lJlc.. $!l.zll c~j.2q. $% $l.&~3...il!j.lfi..$&f!j&!!' 15 $ $9.11 $11.12 $ $9.43 $11.60 $ $9.78 $12.13 $ $10.14 $ and $ $9.11 $11.12 $ $9.43 $11.60 $ $9.78 $12.13 $ $10.14 $

16 19.3 Victoria. The following rates of pay in this clause shall apply to employees throughout the term of this Agreement from the dates specified. The rates of pay published for casual employees are inclusive of casual loading. Victoria Level 2 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $18.80 $22.93 $ $19.45 $23.93 $ $20.17 $25.02 $ $20.92 $ $ $16.92 $20.64 $ $17.51 $21.54 $ $18.16 $22.51 $ $18.83 $ $ $15.04 $18.34 $ $15.56 $19.14 $ $16.14 $20.01 $ $16.74 $ $ $13.16 $16.05 $ $13.62 $16.75 $ $14.12 $17.51 $ $14.64 $ $ $11.28 $13.76 $ $11.67 $14.36 $ $12.10 $15.01 $ $12.55 $ $ $9.40 $11.47 $ $9.73 $11.96 $ $10.09 $12.51 $ $10.46 $ $ $7.52 $9.17 $ $7.78 $9.57 $ $8.07 $10.01 $ $8.37 $ and $ $7.52 $9.17 $ $7.78 $9.57 $ $8.07 $10.01 $ $8.37 $10.46 Level 3 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $19.70 $24.04 $ $20.39 $25.08 $ $21.15 $26.22 $ $21.93 $ $ $17.73 $21.63 $ $18.35 $22.58 $ $19.03 $23.60 $ $19.74 $ $ $15.76 $19.23 $ $16.31 $20.07 $ $16.92 $20.98 $ $17.54 $ $ $13.79 $16.83 $ $14.28 $17.56 $ $14.80 $18.36 $ $15.35 $ $ $11.82 $14.42 $ $12.24 $15.05 $ $12.69 $15.73 $ $13.16 $ $ $9.85 $12.02 $ $10.20 $12.54 $ $10.57 $13.11 $ $10.96 $ $ $7.88 $9.62 $ $8.16 $10.03 $ $8.46 $10.49 $ $8.77 $ and $ $7.88 $9.62 $ $8.16 $10.03 $ $8.46 $10.49 $ $8.77 $10.96 Level 4 First full pay period First full pay period Firstfull pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $22.43 $ $ $23.21 $28.55 $ $24.07 $29.85 $ $24.96 $ $ $20.18 $24.62 $ $20.89 $25.69 $ $21.66 $26.86 $ $22.46 $ $ $17.94 $21.89 $ $18.57 $22.84 $ $19.26 $23.88 $ $19.97 $ $ $15.70 $19.15 $ $16.25 $19.98 $ $16.85 $20.89 $ $17.47 $ $ $13.46 $16.42 $ $13.93 $17.13 $ $14.44 $17.91 $ $14.98 $ $ ~ll1l ~ S $11.61 S14.27 S ~12.03 $14.92 $47~ $ S $ $8.97 $10.94 $ $9.28 $11.42 $ $9.63 $11.94 $ $9.98 $ and $ $8.97 $10.94 $ $9.28 $11.42 $ $9.63 $11.94 $ $9.98 $

17 19.4 South Australia. The following rates of pay in this clause shall apply to employees throughout the term of this Agreement from the dates specified. The rates of pay published for casual employees are inclusive of casual loading. Provided that in South Australia, Level 2 employees aged 15 years employed as at 241h June 2013 and employees age 15 who are employed between 241h June 2013 until December 2013 shall be paid the 15 year old rate of pay for all hours worked until they are age 16. ~~~ ~--- ~--- Age and Age and Age and South Australia Level 2 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual $ $18.94 $23.11 $ $19.61 $24.12 $ $20.33 $25.21 $ $21.09 $26.36 $ $17.05 $20.80 $ $17.65 $21.71 $ $18.30 $22.69 $ $18.98 $23.72 $ $15.16 $18.49 $ $15.69 $19.29 $ $16.27 $20.17 $ $16.87 $21.09 $ $13.26 $16.18 $ $13.73 $16.88 $ $14.23 $17.65 $ $14.76 $18.45 $ $11.37 $13.87 $ $11.76 $14.47 $ $12.20 $15.13 $ $12.65 $15.81 $ $9.47 $11.56 $ $9.80 $12.06 $ $10.17 $12.61 $ $10.54 $13.18 $ $7.58 $9.24 $ $7.84 $9.65 $ $8.13 $10.09 $ $8.43 $10.54 $ $7.58 $9.24 $ $7.84 $9.65 $ $8.13 $10.09 $ $8.43 $10.54 Level 3 First full pay period First full pay period Firstfull pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual $ $19.86 $24.23 $ $20.55 $25.28 $ $21.31 $26.43 $ $22.10 $27.63 $ $17.87 $21.81 $ $18.50 $22.75 $ $19.18 $23.79 $ $19.89 $24.87 $ $15.89 $19.38 $ $16.44 $20.23 $ $17.05 $21.14 $ $17.68 $22.10 $ $13.90 $16.96 $ $14.39 $17.70 $ $14.92 $18.50 $ $15.47 $19.34 $ $11.92 $14.54 $ $12.33 $15.17 $ $12.79 $15.86 $ $13.26 $16.58 $ $9.93 $12.11 $ $10.28 $12.64 $ $10.66 $13.22 $ $11.05 $13.81 $ $7.94 $9.69 $ $8.22 $10.11 $ $8.53 $10.57 $ $8.84 $11.05 $ $7.94 $9.69 $ $8.22 $10.11 $ $8.53 $10.57 $ $8.84 $11.05 Level 4 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual $ $22.60 $27.58 $ $23.40 $28.78 $ $24.26 $30.08 $ $25.16 $31.45 $ $20.34 $24.82 $ $21.06 $25.90 $ $21.83 $27.07 $ $22.64 $28.30 $ $18.08 $22.06 $ $18.72 $23.02 $ $19.41 $24.07 $ $20.13 $25.16 $ $15.82 $19.30 $ $16.38 $20.14 $ $16.98 $21.06 $ $17.61 $22.01 $ $13.56 $16.55 $ $14.04 $17.27 $ $14.56 $18.05 $ $15.09 $18.87 $ $11.30 $13.79 $ $11.70 $14.39 $ $12.13 $15.04 $ $12.58 $15.72 $ $9.04 $11.03 $ $9.36 $11.51 $ $9.70 $12.03 $ $10.06 $12.58 $ $9.04 $11.03 $ $9.36 $11.51 $ $9.70 $12.03 $ $10.06 $

18 19.5 Northern Territory. The following rates of pay in this clause shall apply to employees throughout the term of this Agreement from the dates specified. The rates of pay published for casual employees are inclusive of casual loading. Provided that in Northern Territory, Level 2 employees aged 15 years employed as at 24th June 2013 and employees age 15 who are employed between 24th June 2013 until 31 st December 2013 shall be paid the 15 year old rate of pay for all hours worked until they are age 16. Age and Age and Age Northern Territory Levell First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual $ $18.94 $23.11 $ $19.61 $24.12 $ $20.33 $25.21 $ $21.09 $26.36 $ $17.05 $20.80 $ $17.65 $21.71 $ $18.30 $22.69 $ $18.98 $23.72 $ $15.16 $18.49 $ $15.69 $19.29 $ $16.27 $20.17 $ $16.87 $21.09 $ $13.26 $16.18 $ $13.73 $16.88 $ $14.23 $17.65 $ $14.76 $18.45 $ $11.37 $13.87 $ $11.76 $14.47 $ $12.20 $15.13 $ $12.65 $15.81 $ $9.47 $11.56 $ $9.80 $12.06 $ $10.17 $12.61 $ $10.54 $13.18 $ $7.58 $9.24 $ $7.84 $9.65 $ $8.13 $10.09 $ $8.43 $10.54 $ $7.58 $9.24 $ $7.84 $9.65 $ $8.13 $10.09 $ $8.43 $10.54 Level 3 First full pay period First full pay period Firstfull pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual $ $19.86 $24.23 $ $20.55 $25.28 $ $21.31 $26.43 $ $22.10 $27.63 $ $17.87 $21.81 $ $18.50 $22.75 $ $19.18 $23.79 $ $19.89 $24.87 $ $15.89 $19.38 $ $16.44 $20.23 $ $17.05 $21.14 $ $17.68 $22.10 $ $13.90 $16.96 $ $14.39 $17.70 $ $14.92 $18.50 $ $15.47 $19.34 $ $11.92 $14.54 $ $12.33 $15.17 $ $12.79 $15.86 $ $13.26 $16.58 $ $9.93 $12.11 $ $10.28 $12.64 $ $10.66 $13.22 $ $11.05 $13.81 $ $7.94 $9.69 $ $8.22 $10.11 $ $8.53 $10.57 $ $8.84 $11.05 $ $7.94 $9.69 $ $8.22 $10.11 $ $8.53 $10.57 $ $8.84 $11.05 Level 4 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual $ $22.60 $27.58 $ $23.40 $28.78 $ $24.26 $30.08 $ $25.16 $31.45 $ $20.34 $24.82 $ $21.06 $25.90 $ $21.83 $27.07 $ $22.64 $28.30 $ $18.08 $22.06 $ $18.72 $23.02 $ $19.41 $24.07 $ $20.13 $25.16 $ $15.82 $19.30 $ $16.38 $20.14 $ $16.98 $21.06 $ $17.61 $22.01 $ $13.56 $16.55 $ $14.04 $17.27 $ $14.56 $18.05 $ $15.09 $18.87 ~~--16- ~$"429A7~ ~$-11:3lJ'" ~$1.rt9~ ~$l!1iii31- ~rt70- ~$1'l~3g- ~S46O:95- -$12;I3~ ~15;[f4~ ;;478:or ~1.TIlr ~$15:7r 15 14and $ $9.04 $11.03 $ $9.36 $11.51 $ $9.70 $12.03 $ $10.06 $12.58 $ $9.04 $11.03 $ $9.36 $11.51 $ $9.70 $12.03 $ $10.06 $

19 19.6 Tasmania. The following rates of pay in this clause shall apply to employees throughout the term of this Agreement from the dates specified. The rates of pay published for casual employees are inclusive of casual loading. Tasmania Level 2 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $18.37 $22.41 $ $19.10 $23.50 $ $19.96 $24.75 $ $20.86 $ $ $16.53 $20.17 $ $17.19 $21.15 $ $17.97 $22.28 $ $18.78 $ $ $14.70 $17.93 $ $15.28 $18.80 $ $15.97 $19.80 $ $16.69 $ $ $12.86 $15.69 $ $13.37 $16.45 $ $13.97 $17.33 $ $14.60 $ $ $11.02 $13.45 $ $11.46 $14.10 $ $11.98 $14.85 $ $12.52 $ $ $9.18 $11.21 $ $9.55 $11.75 $ $9.98 $12.38 $ $1D.43 $ $ $7.35 $8.96 $ $7.64 $9.40 $ $7.99 $9.90 $ $8.34 $1D.43 14and $ $7.35 $8.96 $ $7.64 $9.40 $ $7.99 $9.90 $ $8.34 $1D.43 Level 3 First full pay period First full pay period Firstfull pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $19.24 $23.48 $ $20.01 $24.62 $ $20.91 $25.93 $ $21.85 $ $ $17.32 $21.13 $ $18.01 $22.15 $ $18.82 $23.34 $ $19.67 $ $ $15.39 $18.78 $ $16.01 $19.69 $ $16.73 $20.75 $ $17.48 $ $ $13.47 $16.43 $ $14.01 $17.23 $ $14.64 $18.15 $ $15.30 $ $ $11.55 $14.09 $ $12.01 $14.77 $ $12.55 $15.56 $ $13.11 $ $ $9.62 $11.74 $ $10.01 $12.31 $ $10.46 $12.97 $ $10.93 $ $ $7.70 $9.39 $ $8.01 $9.85 $ $8.37 $10.37 $ $8.74 $ and $ $7.70 $9.39 $ $8.01 $9.85 $ $8.37 $10.37 $ $8.74 $10.93 Level 4 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 July 2014 July 2015 July 2016 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $21.87 $26.68 $ $22.74 $27.97 $ $23.76 $29.47 $ $24.83 $ $ $19.68 $24.01 $ $20.47 $25.17 $ $21.39 $26.52 $ $22.35 $ $ $17.49 $21.34 $ $18.19 $22.38 $ $19.01 $23.57 $ $19.87 $ $ $15.31 $18.67 $ $15.92 $19.58 $ $16.63 $20.63 $ $17.38 $ $ $13.12 $16.01 $ $13.64 $16.78 $ $14.26 $17.68 $ $14.90 $ $415A'L $ $ $432.0Ji. $U.31 $13.98 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $8.75 $10.67 $ $9.10 $11.19 $ $9.51 $11.79 $ $9.93 $ and $ $8.75 $10.67 $ $9.10 $11.19 $ $9.51 $11.79 $ $9.93 $

20 19.7 Queensland. The following rates of pay in this clause shall apply to employees throughout the term of this Agreement from the dates specified. The rates of pay published for casual employees are inclusive of casual loading. Queensland Level 2 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 February 2014 July 2014 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $18.56 $23.13 $ $19.12 $23.83 $ $20.27 $ $ $17.34 $21.61 $ $17.53 $21.84 $ $18.24 $ $ $15.17 $18.90 $ $15.46 $19.26 $ $16.22 $ $ $13.31 $16.59 $ $13.54 $16.88 $ $14.19 $ $ $11.46 $14.27 $ $11.63 $14.49 $ $12.16 $ $ $9.60 $11.96 $ $9.72 $12.11 $ $10.14 $ $ $8.38 $10.44 $ $8.12 $10.12 $ $8.11 $ and $ $8.38 $10.44 $ $8.12 $10.12 $ $8.11 $10.14 Level 3 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 February 2014 July 2014 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $19.53 $24.33 $ $20.20 $25.17 $ $21.49 $ $ $18.24 $22.72 $ $18.51 $23.06 $ $19.34 $ $ $15.95 $19.88 $ $16.32 $20.34 $ $17.19 $ $ $14.00 $17.44 $ $14.30 $17.82 $ $15.04 $ $ $12.05 $15.01 $ $12.28 $15.30 $ $12.89 $ $ $10.09 $12.58 $ $10.26 $12.79 $ $10.74 $ $ $8.81 $10.97 $ $8.57 $10.68 $ $8.59 $ and $ $8.81 $10.97 $ $8.57 $10.68 $ $8.59 $10.74 Level 4 First full pay period First full pay period First full pay period commencing on or after 24th commencing on or after 1st commencing on or after 1st June 2013 February 2014 July 2014 Age Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual Weekly Hourly Casual 21+ $ $19.88 $24.77 $ $20.66 $25.75 $ $22.08 $ $ $18.55 $23.12 $ $18.92 $23.58 $ $19.88 $ $ $16.23 $20.23 $ $16.69 $20.80 $ $17.67 $ $ $14.24 $17.75 $ $14.63 $18.23 $ $15.46 $ $ $12.26 $15.27 $ $12.56 $15.65 $ $13.25 $ $ $10.27 $12.80 $ $10.50 $13.08 $ $11.04 $ l~ ~$339.96_ dj\,~~ ~lu_~ ~~;U.I"'= ~~"&~ ~S1Q~ ~335.fiL d~ ~,O!bo 14 and $ $8.95 $11.15 $ $8.76 $10.91 $ $8.83 $ In QLD the wages for 2013 and 2014 have been calculated on the basis of applying the transitional rate of pay required pursuant to the Fast Food 18

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