Educators, ECT's and Trainees who are currently earning minimum wages from the Children's Services Award 2010 or the Educational Service Teachers Award, 2010 will now receive a 3.5% pay increase from the first full pay period.
The Fair Work Ombudsman is taking legal action against a Sydney childcare operator that allegedly failed to pay two migrant workers for a year of work.
The Fair Work Commission has announced a 3.5% increase in minimum wages following its 2018 Annual Wage Review. The increase will apply to base rates of pay from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2018.
When working as a casual, do you know your rights and entitlements? What are your minimum hours? What are you expected to do as a casual? The following information will help casual employed Educators understand their entitlements and tips on working as a casual.
On March 27, some early childhood services, across Australia will shut down for the full day in order to take action to fight for better pay for Educators working in the industry.
A Melbourne childcare operator "Academy For Kids" has been fined $85,000, for underpaying two workers at Glen Waverley by $14,341 between 2013 and 2015.
Today (Thursday 7th September), it is estimated that 3000 to 4000 Early Childhood Educators throughout Australia walked off the job at 3:20 pm to protest over pay conditions, calling for an increase of 35 per cent. It is the largest early education walk - off in Australia's history.
On Thursday, 7th September at 3:20pm Educators around Australia will walk off the job to demand higher wages.
This is the list of 2022 public holidays for each state and territory in Australia. Public holidays can be different depending on the state or territory you're in.
When working as a qualified Early Childhood Teacher (with a university degree) within a service, your rate of pay will come from the Educational Service Teachers Award, 2010. This Award is specifically for Early Childhood Teachers employed as the ECT in their centre.
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