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After, making the switch to the new child care subsidy systems, FDC Educators have raised frustration over software issues that have led to delay in pays or incorrect remuneration.
Australian Childcare Alliance (ACA) is warning members and non-members by a scam email appearing to originate from a Juliet Jurjenns at ACA NSW, with a link to an invoice, asking for payment - this email is a scam.
Following a Fair Work Commission decision, from the first full pay period on or after 1 August 2018, most employees can take 5 days of unpaid leave to deal with family and domestic violence.
At a Fair Work Commision hearing, set in Sydney today, ECT's will be demanding equal pay with primary school teachers, with an overall increase in salaries. It will be a pay rise of $32.000 if ECT's win.
There has been a product safety recall from Product Safety Australia for the ALDI Jack 'n' Jill Wooden Jungle Railway Set and Sabiha Designs — Teething Rattles and Dummy Chains.
It is now mandatory for Educators in Victoria to report suspicions of sexual abuse as part of Victoria's government's response to the child sex abuse royal commision.
A national competition is being conducted that invites schools/children to work with their local Indigenous community to translate a simple song, "Marrin Gamu" into their language.
For a fear of promoting violence and warlike behaviour, childcare services are banning children from playing games such as “cops and robbers” with toy guns and plastic fake knives.
Childcare centres that increase excessive fees on parents and taxpayers, will be named and shamed in Turnbull government's overhaul of the new system.
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.
There has been an increase in boutique style services across Australia, which offer state of the art facilities from daily yoga sessions, to language classes and meals cook by a qualified chef.
In a $200 million giveaway by NSW Government to families, NSW will become the first state to pay for three-year-olds to go to preschool.
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