1. Click Awards & Agreements > Edit Awards & Agreements or
    Click Award & Agreements from the Side Bar.
  2. Select the Award or Agreement to edit (click once to highlight).
  3. Click Edit.
  4. In Type, select Salary, Full Time or Part Time.
    1. If Salary, In Nominal Base Gross Wages / Salary. and enter the Employees Annual Salary (excluding Super). Hours,Per Hour and Days will then autocomplete.
      1. If your Employees Salary is based on 40 hours p/w (instead of 38.00 as coded in *e-PayDay®),
        1. Navigate to Type
        2. Select Full Time.
        3. Once you have changed Hours, simply change this setting back to Salary.
    2. If Part Time or Full Time, in Hours, enter the maximum WEEKLY working hours.
      1. Enter the Hourly Rate in Per Hour.
  5. Click Superannuation.
    1. Enter the Employer SG percentage in SG ( % or $ ).
    2. Select SG on Salary Sacrifice as employees are entitled to earn Superannuation on their Concessional (Before Tax) Superannuation Contributions.
    3. Select SG on Annual Leave Loading if employees are entitled to accumulate Employer SG on the loading percentage (17.50%) when paid Annual Leave & Loading.
      1. Please see Ordinary time earnings – annual leave loading
  6. Click Super Rules.
    1. Enter the applicable Employer SG rule/s in Rules – Weekly and/or Rules – Calendar Month as required.
  7. Click Accruals.
    1. Annual Leave
      1. Enter the Number of (Weeks) entitlement (eg. 4 Weeks as per the NES)
      2. If required, change the Accrual Method
    2. Personal Leave.
      1. Enter the (Days) entitlement for the First year of employment (eg. 10 Days as per the NES)
      2. Due to The Mondelez Decision, change the Accrual Method to Per Pay Period (Lump Sum)
      3. Enter the (Days) entitlement for the Thereafter years of employment (eg. 10 Days as per the NES)
      4. Due to The Mondelez Decision, change the Accrual Method to Per Pay Period (Lump Sum)
    3. Long Service Leave
      1. Enter both the Years and = Weeks entitlement of Long Service Leave.
      2. If required, change the Accrual Method
  8. Click Save then Exit.
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Last modified: 2020/03/05

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