PR729313 - Variation - 25 Jun 2021

MA000055  PR729313
FAIR WORK COMMISSION

DETERMINATION


Fair Work Act 2009

s.285—Annual wage review

Annual Wage Review 2020–21
(C2021/1)

CEMENT,LIME AND QUARRYING AWARD 2020
[MA000055]

Cement and concrete products

JUSTICE ROSS,PRESIDENT
VICE PRESIDENT CATANZARITI
DEPUTY PRESIDENT ASBURY
COMMISSIONER HAMPTON
MR FERGUSON
PROFESSOR WOODEN
MS LABINE-ROMAIN

MELBOURNE,25 JUNE 2021

Annual Wage Review 2020–21.

A. Further to the decision issued by the Expert Panel in the Annual Wage Review
2020–21 on 16 June 2021 [[2021] FWCFB 3500],the above award is varied as follows:

1. By deleting the table appearing in clause 16.1 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

Minimum weekly rate
(full-time employee)

Minimum hourly rate

 

$

$

Level 1

772.60

20.33

Level 2

813.10

21.40

Level 3

839.00

22.08

Level 4

856.50

22.54

Level 5

873.60

22.99

Level 6

899.50

23.67

Level 7

927.20

24.40

2. By deleting the table appearing in clause 16.2 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

Minimum weekly rate
(full-time employee)

Minimum hourly rate

 

$

$

Grade 1

772.60

20.33

Grade 2

794.30

20.90

Grade 3

847.90

22.31

Grade 4

873.20

22.98

Grade 5

899.50

23.67

Grade 6

927.20

24.40

3. By deleting the words “1 November 2020”in clause 16.5(b) and inserting “1 July 2021”.

4. By deleting the table appearing in clause 18.2(b) and inserting the following:

Industry

$ per week

Cement and lime industry

65.52

Quarrying industry

28.38

5. By deleting the table appearing in clause 18.2(c)(i) and inserting the following:

In charge of

$ per week

1 to 5 employees

34.94

6 to 16 employees

50.23

17 or more employees

65.52

6. By deleting the table appearing in clause 18.2(c)(ii) and inserting the following:

In charge of

$ per week

1 or 2 employees

19.04

3 to 6 employees

26.55

6 to 10 employees

33.01

More than 10 employees

52.39

Processing plant

19.04

7. By deleting the table appearing in clause 18.2(d)(i) and inserting the following:

Industry

$ per week

Cement and lime industry

22.71

Quarrying industry

16.59

8. By deleting the table appearing in clause C.2 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

Day

Afternoon

Night

Permanent night

Saturday

Sunday

Public holiday

 

% of ordinary hourly rate1

 

100%

115%

115%

130%

150%

200%

250%

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Level 1

22.05

25.36

25.36

28.67

33.08

44.10

55.13

Level 2

23.12

26.59

26.59

30.06

34.68

46.24

57.80

Level 3

23.80

27.37

27.37

30.94

35.70

47.60

59.50

Level 4

24.26

27.90

27.90

31.54

36.39

48.52

60.65

Level 5

24.71

28.42

28.42

32.12

37.07

49.42

61.78

Level 6

25.39

29.20

29.20

33.01

38.09

50.78

63.48

Level 7

26.12

30.04

30.04

33.96

39.18

52.24

65.30

9. By deleting the table appearing in clause C.3 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

Monday –Saturday
First 2 hours

Monday –Saturday After 2 hours

Sunday

 

% of ordinary hourly rate1

 

150%

200%

200%

 

$

$

$

Level 1

33.08

44.10

44.10

Level 2

34.68

46.24

46.24

Level 3

35.70

47.60

47.60

Level 4

36.39

48.52

48.52

Level 5

37.07

49.42

49.42

Level 6

38.09

50.78

50.78

Level 7

39.18

52.24

52.24

10. By deleting the table appearing in clause C.4 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

All Overtime

 

% of ordinary hourly rate1

 

200%

 

$

Level 1

44.10

Level 2

46.24

Level 3

47.60

Level 4

48.52

Level 5

49.42

Level 6

50.78

Level 7

52.24

11. By deleting the table appearing in clause C.5 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

Day

Afternoon

Night

Permanent night

Saturday

Sunday

Public holiday

 

% of ordinary hourly rate1

 

125%

140%

140%

155%

175%

225%

275%

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Level 1

27.56

30.87

30.87

34.18

38.59

49.61

60.64

Level 2

28.90

32.37

32.37

35.84

40.46

52.02

63.58

Level 3

29.75

33.32

33.32

36.89

41.65

53.55

65.45

Level 4

30.33

33.96

33.96

37.60

42.46

54.59

66.72

Level 5

30.89

34.59

34.59

38.30

43.24

55.60

67.95

Level 6

31.74

35.55

35.55

39.35

44.43

57.13

69.82

Level 7

32.65

36.57

36.57

40.49

45.71

58.77

71.83

12. By deleting the table appearing in clause D.2 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

Day

Afternoon

Night

Permanent night

Saturday

Sunday

Public holiday

     

First 2 hours

After 2 hours

  
 

% of ordinary hourly rate1

 

100%

115%

115%

130%

150%

200%

200%

250%

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Grade 1

21.08

24.24

24.24

27.40

31.62

42.16

42.16

52.70

Grade 2

21.65

24.90

24.90

28.15

32.48

43.30

43.30

54.13

Grade 3

23.06

26.52

26.52

29.98

34.59

46.12

46.12

57.65

Grade 4

23.73

27.29

27.29

30.85

35.60

47.46

47.46

59.33

Grade 5

24.42

28.08

28.08

31.75

36.63

48.84

48.84

61.05

Grade 6

25.15

28.92

28.92

32.70

37.73

50.30

50.30

62.88

13. By deleting the table appearing in clause D.3 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

Monday—Saturday
First 2 hours

Monday—Saturday
After 2 hours

Sunday

 

% of ordinary hourly rate1

 

150%

200%

200%

 

$

$

$

Grade 1

31.62

42.16

42.16

Grade 2

32.48

43.30

43.30

Grade 3

34.59

46.12

46.12

Grade 4

35.60

47.46

47.46

Grade 5

36.63

48.84

48.84

Grade 6

37.73

50.30

50.30

14. By deleting the table appearing in clause D.4 and inserting the following:

Employee classification

Day

Afternoon

Night

Permanent night

Saturday

Sunday

Public holiday

     

First 2 hours

After 2 hours

  
 

% of ordinary hourly rate1

 

125%

140%

140%

155%

175%

225%

225%

275%

 

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

$

Grade 1

26.35

29.51

29.51

32.67

36.89

47.43

47.43

57.97

Grade 2

27.06

30.31

30.31

33.56

37.89

48.71

48.71

59.54

Grade 3

28.83

32.28

32.28

35.74

40.36

51.89

51.89

63.42

Grade 4

29.66

33.22

33.22

36.78

41.53

53.39

53.39

65.26

Grade 5

30.53

34.19

34.19

37.85

42.74

54.95

54.95

67.16

Grade 6

31.44

35.21

35.21

38.98

44.01

56.59

56.59

69.16

15. By deleting the amount “$852.30”appearing in clause E.1.1 and inserting “$873.60”.

16. By deleting the table appearing in E.1.1 and inserting the following:

Allowance

Clause

% of standard rate

$

Payable

Industry disability1

18.2(b)

7.5

65.52

per week

Leading hand in charge of—1 to 5 employees1

18.2(c)(i)

4.0

34.94

per week

Leading hand in charge of—6 to 16 employees1

18.2(c)(i)

5.75

50.23

per week

Leading hand in charge of—17 or more employees1

18.2(c)(i)

7.5

65.52

per week

First aid1

18.2(d)

2.6

22.71

per week

17. By deleting the amount “$851.90”appearing in clause E.1.2 and inserting “$873.20”.

18. By deleting the table appearing in E.1.2 and inserting the following:

Allowance

Clause

% of standard rate

$

Payable

Industry disability1

18.2(b)

3.25

28.38

per week

Leading hand in charge of—1 or 2 employees1

18.2(c)(ii)

2.18

19.04

per week

Leading hand in charge of—3 to 6 employees1

18.2(c)(ii)

3.04

26.55

per week

Leading hand in charge of—6 to 10 employees1

18.2(c)(ii)

3.78

33.01

per week

Leading hand in charge of—more than 10 employees1

18.2(c)(ii)

6.0

52.39

per week

Leading hand in charge of—processing plant1

18.2(c)(ii)

2.18

19.04

per week

First aid1

18.2(d)

1.9

16.59

per week

B. This determination comes into operation on 1 July 2021. In accordance with s.286(5) of the Fair Work Act 2009 this determination does not take effect in relation to a particular employee until the start of the employee’s first full pay period that starts on or after 1 July 2021.

PRESIDENT

Printed by authority of the Commonwealth Government Printer

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Code:
PR729313
Title:
PR729313 - Variation - 25 Jun 2021
Effective:
25 Jun 2021
Updated:
27 Jun 2021
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