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NEWS HEADLINES

New terms for time off instead of overtime payment in Modern Awards

A recent Fair Work Commission decision introduces new award provisions to allow employees to take time off instead of payment for overtime. Log in to read more

New annual leave terms in modern awards

A recent Fair Work Commission decision introduces new award provisions to reduce excessive leave accruals and allow cashing out of annual leave. Log in to read more.

New Transitional Pay Schedule Available for the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010

CCER has updated the transitional pay schedule for employers covered by the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010 (SCHADS Award). These new rates of pay will apply from the first full pay period on or after Friday 1 July 2016. To access the pay schedule, log in to the CCER member website now.

5 Reasons to Defend Penalty Rates

Why should we defend penalty rates? Read the article by CCER executive director Tony Farley in the Catholic Weekly.

New Modern Award pay schedules for 2016 released

CCER has updated pay schedules for 2016 to reflect the Fair Work Commission's Annual Wage Review determination. These new rates of pay will apply from the first full pay period on or after Friday 1 July, 2016. Login now to access the rates.

Aus Author and Media Commentator @MelTankardReist speaks @ Bishop Manning Lecture 20 Sep https://t.co/9b0quOWw0V https://t.co/35Wd3RHk8Q
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Excited to introduce @MelTankardReist as our next speaker for the Bishop Manning Lecture! Join us in Syd on 20 Sep https://t.co/7CBz07fmMv
If you want to get ahead, get behind: read the article by @DesireeBlackett and @tofarley on #leadership: https://t.co/u1Dk2rtVbQ
5 Reasons to Defend #penaltyrates: Read the article by CCER's @tofarley in @Catholic_Weekly here: https://t.co/hj8JpmQ81Z