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Annual leave hours accrues on a weekly basis and after working continuously with the company for 12 months, you will have accrued 4 weeks (20 days) annual leave.  Accrued annual leave and annual leave loading are also payable on lawful termination.

(See BCGOA award clauses 25.10 and 38)

Allowances specific to your work type can be found on the respective wage sheets here.
If you can't see what you need, or you're not sure if you're eligable for certain allowances, feel free to contact us.

All of our RDO calendars are online. You can save them to your device's calendar, download and print them. You can find them here.
If you still have questions about your RDO's, contact us.

Unless your EBA states otherwise, the current superannuation rate is 9.5% of your “ordinary time earnings”.  This means the income earned Monday to Friday including daily travel allowance but without all overtime earnings (See Clause 32 of the BCGOA)

You can contact CBUS on 1300 361 784 for further information.

You work 8 hours a day for 5 days (Monday to Friday) which totals 40 hours but get paid 38 hours (7.6 hours per day).  The other 2 hours accrue towards an RDO.  When you take an RDO you are paid 7.6 hours from your accrued hours, that way you receive 38 hours pay each week.  RDO hours are also accrued on all paid leave.

All RDO’s are shown on our wage sheets.

A worker other than a casual, is entitled not to work on a public holiday without deduction of ordinary pay.  If you agree to work on a public holiday you are entitled to be paid at the rate of double time and a half for all hours worked.  If you work on a public holiday, superannuation is payable on the 7.6 hours worked.

Unless your EBA states otherwise, under the modern awards sick leave is referred to as personal leave.  Personal leave hours accrue on a weekly basis and after working continuously with a company for 12 months you would have accrued 10 personal leave days.

Using our Wage Sheets you can check the award wage rates for different work classifcations.
If you still have questions you can Contact Us.