Minimum Conditions Law Guide

This guide is a must for businesses that are unincorporated partnerships and trusts and incorporated not-for-profit organisations that are not considered to be ‘trading’.

Especially designed for employers operating in the Western Australian State Industrial Relations System, the Minimum Conditions Law Guide contains a complete copy of the State Minimum Conditions of Employment Act 1993, fully annotated practical examples on how to implement the relevant employment law. This guide is a must for small businesses to help support them in meeting their legal obligations.

The guide explains the Act’s application to State employees and converts legal requirements relating to record keeping, leave entitlements and minimum rates of pay into simple, easy-to-follow language. State IR System employers also need to be aware of certain federal employment law that interacts with State employment law and the guide highlights this throughout, where applicable.

The guide includes information on:

  • Interaction with industrial instruments
  • Hours of work
  • Minimum rates of pay (including apprentice and trainee rates)
  • Deductions
  • Leave entitlements (including personal/ carers leave, annual leave, parental leave and bereavement leave)
  • Public holiday payments
  • Redundancy and significant change
  • Record keeping

View this guide's content pages for a more detailed breakdown of topics covered.

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Please note this guide is available to CCIWA Members only. Members must log in to purchase this publication.