Fair Work Ombudsman Nicholas Wilson said new web pages provide the two industries with direct and immediate access to detailed information on workplace laws. The free documentation includes industry-specific information about pay rates, allowances, classifications, leave entitlements, apprenticeships and traineeships, uniforms and clothing, when to pay staff and a range of other topics.
The Fair Work Ombudsman website also has pages dedicated to the cleaning, clerical, hair and beauty, horticulture, retail and security industries – and further industries will be progressively added.
A new section at www.fairwork.gov.au/fastfood focuses on businesses covered by the Fast Food Award 2010, including those selling meals, snacks and/or drinks primarily for take-away or in food courts.
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