Racing Industry Ground Maintenance Award 2010 (MA000014)

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This article provides guidelines about when to use the different work types and tags that are included as part of the pre-built Racing Industry Ground Maintenance Award 2010 [MA000014] package. For further information about the Racing Club Events Award 2010, refer to:

http://awardviewer.fwo.gov.au/award/show/MA000014

Installing and Configuring the Pre-Built Award Package

For details on how to install and configure this Pre-built Award Template, please review the detailed help article here.

Coverage

This industry award covers employers throughout Australia engaged in the maintenance of grounds at horse and greyhound racing venues. This could include as an example:

  • thoroughbred racing clubs
  • harness racing clubs
  • trotting racing clubs
  • greyhound racing clubs 

See Section 4 of the Award for more information and exclusions.

Limitations

Clause 24.5(a) of the award requires the adoption of the equivalent rate for an employee while taking annual leave, instead of the base rate. While we can partially support this with the rule set, we cannot yet fully support this feature. We suggest checking any employees taking annual leave for what there equivalent wage would have been when reviewing the pay run.

Work Types

The following is a list of work types employees can select on their timesheet, and the meaning of each item.

Annual leave taken

Use this work type when annual leave is taken.

Compassionate leave taken

Use this work type when compassionate leave is taken.

Hours worked

Use this work type for any ordinary hours worked, unless another work type is more appropriate.

Hours worked - greyhound or harness racing public event

Use this for any hours you work at a greyhound or harness racing event that is open to the public.

Hours worked - greyhound or harness racing public event - track crossing attendant

Use this for any hours you work at a greyhound or harness racing event that is open to the public and you perform the role of a track crossing attendant.

Hours worked - night cleaning duties

Use this work type if your primary role is to perform night cleaning duties. If this is your permanent role and a tag has been used, you can alternatively simply select ‘hours worked’ (check with your payroll administrator).

Hours worked - other - track crossing attendant

Use this work type for any days not hosting a public event where you perform the role of a track crossing attendant

Hours worked - other public event

Use this work type for any days hosting a public event other than greyhound or harness racing.

Hours worked - other public event - track crossing attendant

Use this work type for any days hosting a public event other than greyhound or harness racing and you perform the role of a track crossing attendant

Hours worked with a delayed meal break

Use this work type for the part of the shift where you would have normally had a meal break, up to the time where you were able to take a break.

Leave without pay

Use this work type when leave without pay is taken.

Long service leave taken

Use this work type when long-service leave is taken.

Paid community service leave taken

Use this work type when paid community service leave is taken.

Personal / carer's leave taken

Use this work type when personal / carer’s leave is taken.

Public holiday (day off)

Use this work type when you have a paid day off due to the day being a public holiday. Only applicable to permanent employees.

Time in lieu taken

Use this work type when time in lieu is taken.

Tags

The following tags are available for application to employees under the Professional Employees Award 2010.

First aid

Select this tag if the employee is first aid qualified and performs first aid duties

In charge of tractor plant

Select this tag if the employee is in charge of tractor plant. This could be any of the following circumstances:

  • when two or more employees are employed at the plant at the one time the employee who is invested with the superintendence and responsibility or who has to accept the superintendence and responsibility; or
  • an employee who is invested with the superintendence and responsibility or who has to accept the superintendence and responsibility over one or more employees; or
  • when an employee is the only person of their class employed on the plant, the employee who does the general repair work of the plant in addition to the work of operating, but not when the employee merely assists a fitter or engineer to do such work

In charge of less than 3 employees

Select this tag if the employee is typically in charge of less than 3 employees

In charge of 3-6 employees

Select this tag if the employee is typically in charge of 3-6 employees

In charge of 7 or more employees

Select this tag if the employee is typically in charge of 7 or more employees

Carpenter who provides own tools

Select this tag if the employee is a carpenter who is required to provide their own tools

Tradesperson (not carpenter) provides own tools

Select this tag if the employee is a tradesperson other than a carpenter who is required to provide their own tools

Water restrictions apply

Select this tag where the employer is subject to water restrictions. Water restrictions means restriction or rationing in the use of water in accordance with orders or regulations approved by the relevant authority.

Night cleaner

Select this tag if the employee’s entire role is that of a night cleaner

TIL of OT

Select this tag if the employee has agreed to receive time off in lieu of receiving overtime penalties.

 If you have any feedback or questions please contact us via support@yourpayroll.com.au

 

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