PR740766 - Variation - 28 Jun 2022

MA000081  PR740766
FAIR WORK COMMISSION

DETERMINATION


Fair Work Act 2009

s.285—Annual wage review

Annual Wage Review 2021–22
(C2022/1)

LIVE PERFORMANCE AWARD 2020
[MA000081]

Live performance industry

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

MELBOURNE,28 JUNE 2022

Annual Wage Review 2021–22.

A. Further to the decision issued by the Expert Panel in the Annual Wage Review
2021–22 on 15 June 2022 [
[2022] FWCFB 3500],the above award is varied as follows:

1. By deleting the table appearing in clause 11.1 and inserting the following:

Live Performance employee

Category

Minimum weekly rate
(full-time employee)

Minimum hourly rate

  

$

$

Level 1

Production and Support Staff Level 1 (Induction/Training)

812.60

21.38

Level 2

Production and Support Staff Level 2

880.10

23.16

Level 3

Production and Support Staff Level 3

923.10

24.29

Level 4

Production and Support Staff Level 4

940.90

24.76

Level 5

Production and Support Staff Level 5

970.30

25.53

Level 6

Production and Support Staff Level 6

999.90

26.31

Level 7

Company Dancer Level 1;
Performer Category 1 Grade 1

1026.60

Level 8

Company Dancer Level 2;
Production and Support Staff Level 7

1064.00

28.001

Level 9

Musician;
Performer Category 1 Grade 2;
Performer Category 2

1078.70

Level 10

Company Dancer Level 3;
Production and Support Staff Level 8

1100.70

28.971

Level 11

Company Dancer Level 4;
Musician required to accompany artists;
Opera Principal

1135.50

Level 12

Company Dancer Level 5

1173.60

Level 13

Company Dancer Level 6;
Technical Manager

1216.30

Level 14

Company Dancer Level 7;
Principal Musician;
Vocalist

1266.80

Level 15

Conductor-Leader

1374.70

2. By deleting the words “November 2021”in clause 11.6(b) and inserting “July 2022”.

3. By deleting the amounts “$28.73”and “$545.90”appearing in clause 31.4(a) and inserting “$30.84”and “$585.90”respectively.

4. By deleting the amounts “$43.18”and “$21.59”appearing in clause 31.6(c)(i) and inserting “$45.16”and “$22.58”respectively.

5. By deleting the amount “$21.59”appearing in clause 31.6(c)(ii) and inserting “$22.58”.

6. By deleting the amount “$30.58”appearing in clause 31.6(e) and inserting “$31.99”.

7. By deleting the amounts “$755.30”and “$886.00”appearing in clause 31.8(a)(ii) and inserting “$795.30”and “$926.80”respectively.

8. By deleting the amount “$24.74”appearing in clause 32.2(a) and inserting “$25.87”.

9. By deleting the amount “$48.57”appearing in clause 32.2(b) and inserting “$50.81”.

10. By deleting the amount “$62.97”appearing in clause 32.2(c) and inserting “$65.86”.

11. By deleting the amount “$44.08”appearing in clause 32.2(f) and inserting “$46.10”.

12. By deleting the table appearing in clause 32.2(h)(i) and inserting the following:

Part understudied

$ per week

Star role

63.79

Leading role

45.54

Supporting role

27.38

Minor supporting role

21.83

13. By deleting the table appearing in clause 32.2(h)(ii) and inserting the following:

Part performed

$ per performance

Star role

136.81

Leading role

91.08

Supporting role

54.76

Minor supporting role

43.66

14. By deleting the amount “$46.59”appearing in clause 32.2(h)(iv) and inserting “$48.74”.

15. By deleting the amount “$109.65”appearing in clause 32.2(i)(i) and inserting “$114.70”.

16. By deleting the amount “$54.78”appearing in clause 32.2(i)(ii) and inserting “$57.30”.

17. By deleting the table appearing in clause 40.1 and inserting the following:

Classification

Level

Weekly Employees

Casual Employees

 

Per Hour

Per 3-Hour Call

Per Hour

Per 3-Hour Call

  

$

$

$

$

Musician

9

44.95

134.85

56.19

168.57

Musician required to accompany artists

11

47.31

141.93

59.14

177.42

Principal Musician

14

52.78

158.34

65.98

197.94

Conductor-Leader

15

57.28

171.84

71.60

214.80

18. By deleting the amount “$35.98”appearing in clause 41.2(b)(i) and inserting “$37.64”.

19. By deleting the amount “$11.69”appearing in clause 41.2(b)(ii) and inserting “$12.23”.

20. By deleting the amount “$6.30”appearing in clause 41.2(c) and inserting “$6.59”.

21. By deleting the amount “$126.11”appearing in clause 41.2(f)(i) and inserting “$131.91”.

22. By deleting the amount “$136.00”appearing in clause 41.2(f)(ii) and inserting “$142.26”.

23. By deleting the amount “$259.24”appearing in clause 41.2(f)(iii) and inserting “$271.17”.

24. By deleting the amount “$186.20”appearing in clause 41.2(f)(iv) and inserting “$194.77”.

25. By deleting the amount “$136.00”appearing in clause 41.2(f)(v) and inserting “$142.26”.

26. By deleting the table appearing in clause 50 and inserting the following:

 

Minimum weekly rate
(full-time employee)

Minimum hourly rate

 

$

$

Bar/waiting staff

865.20

22.77

Performer

880.10

23.16

27. By deleting the amount “$29.68”appearing in clause 51.2(c) and inserting “$31.05”.

28. By deleting the amount “$143.02”appearing in clause 60.2(a) and inserting “$149.60”.

29. By deleting the amount “$899.50”appearing in clause B.1.1 and inserting “$940.90”.

30. By deleting the table appearing in clause B.1.1 and inserting the following:

Allowance

Clause

% of standard rate

$

Payable

Part 5—Performers and Company Dancers

    

Nude allowance

32.2(a)

2.75

25.87

per week

Assistant Stage Manager allowance

32.2(b)

5.4

50.81

per week

Driver or a person in charge whilst on tour

32.2(c)

7.0

65.86

per week

Making of an advertisement—television or radio (4 hour minimum payment)

32.2(f)

4.9

46.10

per hour

Understudy allowances (part understudied)—Star role

32.2(h)(i)

6.78

63.79

per week

Understudy allowances (part understudied)—Leading role

32.2(h)(i)

4.84

45.54

per week

Understudy allowances (part understudied)—Supporting role

32.2(h)(i)

2.91

27.38

per week

Understudy allowances (part understudied)—Minor supporting role

32.2(h)(i)

2.32

21.83

per week

Understudy allowances (additional amount per performance)—Star role

32.2(h)(ii)

14.54

136.81

per performance

Understudy allowances (additional amount per performance)—Leading role

32.2(h)(ii)

9.68

91.08

per performance

Understudy allowances (additional amount per performance)—Supporting role

32.2(h)(ii)

5.82

54.76

per performance

Understudy allowances (additional amount per performance)—Minor supporting role

32.2(h)(ii)

4.64

43.66

per performance

Dance Captain allowance

32.2(h)(iv)

5.18

48.74

per week

Deputy Ballet Master/Mistress

32.2(i)(i)

12.19

114.70

per week

Company dancer supervising classes on irregular basis

32.2(i)(ii)

6.09

57.30

per class

Part 6—Musicians

    

Instrument doubling allowances—instrument supplied by employee1

41.2(a)(i)

  

per instrument per call

Instrument doubling allowances—instrument supplied by employer1

41.2(a)(i)

  

per instrument per call

Supply of music—weekly employee

41.2(b)(i)

4.0

37.64

per week

Supply of music—casual employee

41.2(b)(ii)

1.3

12.23

per call

Soloist—performing solo in orchestra

41.2(c)

0.7

6.59

per instrument per call

Televised performance

41.2(f)(i)

14.02

131.91

per performance

Radio broadcast

41.2(f)(ii)

15.12

142.26

per broadcast

Simulcast broadcast

41.2(f)(iii)

28.82

271.17

per simulcast

Audio-visual or visual recording of performance

41.2(f)(iv)

20.7

194.77

per performance

Audio recording of performance—for which there can be 21 minutes of finished material

41.2(f)(v)

15.12

142.26

per performance

Part 7—Striptease Artists

    

Parades involving exposure of parts of the body

51.2(c)

3.3

31.05

per parade

Part 8—Production and Support Staff

    

Transmission or recording of performance allowance—one payment only

60.2(a)

15.9

149.60

single payment

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

Casual Rehearsal/ Performance Rates

Clause

% of standard rate

$

Payable

Part 5—Performers and Company Dancers

    

Rehearsal payment,minimum one hour

31.6(c)(i)

4.8

45.16

per hour

Rehearsal payment,for each subsequent half hour or part thereof

31.6(c)(i)

2.4

22.58

per half hour or part thereof

Rehearsal payment,if employee leaves prior to one hour

31.6(c)(ii)

2.4

22.58

per half hour or part thereof of actual time worked

Casual supernumeraries,minimum call payment

31.6(e)

3.4

31.99

per hour

B. This determination comes into operation on 1 July 2022. 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 2022.

PRESIDENT

Printed by authority of the Commonwealth Government Printer

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Title:
PR740766 - Variation - 28 Jun 2022
Effective:
28 Jun 2022
Updated:
30 Jun 2022
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