Many employees are now able to choose the super fund or retirement savings account (RSA) that will receive their super contributions under the superannuation guarantee. This Australian Taxation Office page provides further information for employees.
Fair Work Ombudsman website's employees section provides information on modern awards, pay rates, a set of 10 National Employment Standards (NES) for all employees and Fair Work Information Statement.
If you are looking for work, you can search the online facility to find the details of your local employment service providers. Employment service providers are agencies that provide various kinds of support to job seekers.
Fair Work Infoline is your gateway to information and advice about Australia's workplace rights and rules. If you have a question or problem relating to your workplace, call the Fair Work Infoline on 131 394.
The Fair Work system is Australia’s national workplace relations system. Designed to balance the needs of employees and employers.
MoneySmart guide about what steps to take if you're worried about the security of your job, or cut-backs. Find out what you can do to make sure you can still cope financially.
Shows the percentage of tax payable for each income bracket, for individual Australian taxpayers, for the financial years 2011-12 and 2012-13.
Like many international students you may get a part-time or casual job to help pay your living expenses while you study in Australia. This information will help you to understand your rights in the workplace. Information is available in several languages.
JobSearch is Australia's largest free online jobs board. It is a free service to assist job seekers find employment and connect employers with staff.
Australian Taxation office information for individuals, migrants and overseas visitors about lodging a tax return.
Employers and employees in the national workplace system are covered by the National Employment Standards (NES). Under the NES, employees have certain minimum conditions. Together with pay rates in modern awards and minimum wage orders, the NES makes up the safety net that cannot be altered to the disadvantage of the employee.
Knowing how to get the most out of your superannuation will help you save for your retirement and reduce stress. Includes links to information about how superannuation works, keeping your superannuation on target, consolidating superannuation funds, self-managed superannuation, retirement income planning and calculators and planners.
If you are a former temporary resident, you can claim super benefits you accumulated while working in Australia. To claim the Departing Australia superannuation payment (DASP) you must have visited on an eligible temporary resident visa (which has expired or been cancelled), and permanently departed Australia.
Australian Taxation Office homepage for superannuation. Contains key superannuation information such as reporting and lodgment dates and the Register of Complying Superannuation Funds. Resources and services include online services, calculators and superannuation law.
If you are a temporary visitor or permanent migrant, you can apply for a tax file number (TFN) online. Applications can be made at any time if you are in Australia and you have a visa that allows work rights, a visa that allows permanent migration, or a valid visa to stay in Australia indefinitely.
Australian Taxation office information about tax file numbers (TFNs) for individuals including what they are used for and how to obtain one.