What if I am paid incorrectly?

What if I am paid incorrectly?

First of all, speak or write to the person who is responsible for your payroll or salaries department, setting out why you think you have been paid incorrectly. If you don’t get a satisfactory answer to your complaint, speak to your manager and, if you have one, your union representative.

How do I know if I am underpaid?

How do I know if I am underpaid?

  • Your salary is less than what online average salary data indicates.
  • An online salary calculator suggests that you are underpaid.
  • Your number of responsibilities has changed, but your salary has remained the same.
  • Your benefits are lacking compared to your colleagues’ benefits.

Is a 5% raise good?

A 4% or 5% annual pay increase may not sound substantial, but in today’s environment, it’s better than most. Remember, that over time relatively small raises will compound and may very well result in a very nice salary.

Why are new employees paid more than existing?

Wage compression can occur when a company has a history of infrequent raises or salary increases. It may also occur if a change in leadership, structure or market calls for the company to entice new talent by using higher wages or higher total compensation packages.

What do you say when you haven’t been paid?

Try speaking informally to your employer if you’re having problems with your pay. You could also try speaking to your human resources or payroll department, if there is one. Ask them to explain anything you don’t understand on your payslip or why you haven’t been paid. If you disagree with anything, explain why.

Is it illegal to not get a wage slip?

Employers must give all their employees and workers payslips, by law. Workers can include people on zero-hours contracts and agency workers. This is unless they get employed by an agency for a job, in which case for the duration of the job they become a worker and the agency must give them payslips.

Where can I make a claim for unpaid wages in NSW?

If you live and work in NSW, it is possible to make a claim for unpaid entitlements in 5 different courts: The Federal Circuit Court and the Federal Court: These courts deal with claims for unpaid wages and entitlements for any worker covered by the Fair Work Act (usually any worker under an Award or EA,…

What to do if you are not getting paid by Legal Aid NSW?

If you feel like you are not being paid the correct amount, not receiving all of your entitlements or you are unsure about your rights at work, then this guide is for you. Working for a local council on the NSW State Government? If you are, this guide might not be for you.

Is the NSW state government covered by the federal system?

Local Council and NSW State Government employees are not covered by the Federal system, which is what this guide gives information about. Am I an employee? There are lots of different ways that a person can work – for example, you can:

Is the paid parental leave scheme still missing?

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