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  • A non-national system employer is an employer who is not covered by the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) (FW Act), including the National Employment Standards, except in relation to specific provisions.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • The following table shows the key legislation that sets out minimum statutory employment entitlements for employees of non-national system employers in NSW, Queensland, SA and WA.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • The following sections outline minimum employment conditions under applicable industrial relations legislation in NSW, Queensland, SA and WA.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • Non-national system employees’ parental leave entitlements are provided by both State legislation and the NES. Where these instruments are contradictory, the NES will override the State legislation.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • The following table shows the annual leave conditions for non-national system employees in the relevant States, and outlines the key differences to the NES conditions.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • The following table shows personal/carer’s leave conditions for non-national system employees in the relevant States, and outlines key differences to the NES conditions.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • Compassionate leave is paid leave that an employee is entitled to in the event of the death or serious illness or injury of a member of their immediate family or household.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • Most employees are entitled to a certain period of notice before their employment is terminated.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • Redundancy pay (or severance pay) is the extra amount an employer may be required to pay an employee whose employment has been terminated due to redundancy.
    Oct 01, 2015
  • Many of the conditions for unfair dismissal under State industrial instruments are the same as those under the FW Act.
    Oct 01, 2015
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