This excerpt is from the Sydney Morning Herald
‘Workers on the minimum wage will earn $753.80 a week, or $19.84 an hour after the rise, but employees in the sectors hardest hit by the coronavirus, including tourism and aviation, will have their wage increase delayed until February. Healthcare and other essential workers will get their rise in July while the rest of the workforce will have a pay boost in November. The wage increase also affects 2.2 million employees on industry awards tied to the minimum wage’
These are the industries that the minimum wage will affect.
Minimum wage increases by industry
From July 1 — frontline worker:
- Frontline health care and social assistance
- Teaching and child care
- Other essential services
- From November 1 — most industries:
- Most other industries
- From February 1, 2021 — hardest-hit industries:
- Arts and recreation
Does this affect you as a business owner and do you have a business in any of these industries?
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