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Wages & conditions

  • Preview Draft Report of the Productivity Commission on the Workplace Relations Framework: Submission (DOCX 652.0 kb)
    Submitted to Productivity Commission on 18 September, 2015

    NFF 15 September 2015 Response to the Draft Report of the Productivity Commission on the Workplace Relations Framework.

  • Preview Annual Wage Review: Submission (PDF 1.5 Mb)
    Submitted to Fair Work Commission on 27 March, 2015

    The NFF 27 March Submission supports an increase in the national minimum wage of 1.1 per cent.

  • Preview Productivity Commission Inquiry into the Workplace Relations Framework: Submission (PDF 1.7 Mb)
    Submitted to Productivity Commission on 13 March, 2015

    The NFF 13 March 2015 Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the Workplace Relations Framework outlines changes that the NFF considers will lift productivity in the Australian economy by reducing compliance costs and restoring balance to the framework.

  • Preview Fair Entitlements Guarantee Amendment Bill 2014: Submission (PDF 655.9 kb)
    Submitted to Senate Education and Employment Committees on 12 September, 2014

    The NFF's 12 September 2014 Fair Entitlements Guarantee Amendment Bill 2014 submission to the Senate Education and Employment Committees.

  • Preview Annual leave common issue (PDF 716.0 kb)
    Submitted to Fair Work Commission on 20 June, 2014

    The NFF submission to the 4-yearly review of modern awards (Matter No AM2014/47)

  • Preview 2013-14 Annual Wage Review: Submission (PDF 1.3 Mb)
    Submitted to Fair Work Commission on 28 March, 2014

    The NFF's 28 March 2014 submission to the 2013-14 Annual Wage Review outlines that the national minimum wage increase should be no more than 1.1 per cent including the increase in the Superannuation guarantee levy. And also indicates that any increase should be tied to improvements in productivity.

  • Preview Draft Model Work Health and Safety Code of Practice for Preventing and Responding to Workplace Bullying : Submission (PDF 143.6 kb)
    Submitted to Safe Work Australia on 16 July, 2013

    The NFF’s submission to Safe Work Australia in relation to the Draft Model Work Health and Safety Code of Practice for Preventing and Responding to Workplace Bullying responds to key issues within the draft code, and recommends specifically that rather than a ‘Code of Practice’, this be reworked into a set of guidelines.

  • Preview Agriculture Employer Workforce Planning Capacities : Submission (PDF 1.1 Mb)
    Submitted to National Rural Advisory Council on 26 April, 2013

    The NFF's 26 April submission to NRAC outlines the key issues the NFF believes need to be addressed to enhance the workforce planning capabilities of agricultural employers.

  • Preview Annual Wage Review : Submission (PDF 411.6 kb)
    Submitted to Fair Work Commission on 28 March, 2013

    The NFF’s 28 March 2013 Submission to the Fair Work Commission supports a wage increase of $9.00 per week for the national minimum wage, including the Superannuation Guarantee Levy increase of $1.50. The NFF believes the increase will ensure a basic safety net for vulnerable employees on the minimum wage while enabling the unemployed and low paid workers to obtain, and remain in employment.

  • Preview 2011-12 Wage Review: Submission (PDF 252.6 kb)
    Submitted to Fair Work Australia on 16 March, 2012

    The NFF's 16 March 2012 submission to the 2011-12 Annual Wage Review encourages a close consideration of the argument that minimum wages should be set at a level sufficient to encourage labour force participation. The view of NFF is that the federal minimum wage should be increased.

  • Preview 2010-11 Wage Review: Submission (PDF 205.3 kb)
    Submitted to Fair Work Australia on 18 March, 2011

    The NFF's 18 March 2011 submission to the Annual Wage Review 2010-11 highlights that while the east coast of Australia is no longer drought declared, the "catch up" effect on farm profits arising from nine continual years of drought is ongoing.

  • Preview 2009 Wage Review: Submission (PDF 1.5 Mb)
    Submitted to Australian Fair Pay Commission on 20 March, 2009

    The NFF’s 20 March 2009 submission to the Australian Fair Pay Commission's Wage Review outlines the intensifying impact of drought, the global economic crisis and recent domestic disasters on rural employers.

  • Preview 2008 Wage Review: Submission (PDF 489.7 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Fair Pay Commission on 17 March, 2008

    The NFF’s 17 March 2008 Submission to the Australian Fair Pay Commission’s 2008 General Wage Review highlights the continuing impact of the drought on the sector, as well as flagging key economic concerns surrounding wages growth and its impact on interest rates and inflationary pressures. The submission calls for a wage increase of no more than the Consumer Price Index.

  • Preview 2007 Wages and Allowances Review: Submission (PDF 1.5 Mb)
    Submitted to Australian Industrial Relations Commission on 9 August, 2007

    The NFF's 9 August 2007 submission to the Australian Industrial Relations Commission 2007 Wages and Allowances Review, calls for a flow-on of the Australian Fair Pay Commission's wage decision, including the deferral of wage increases for eligible drought-affected farmers.

  • Preview Workplace Relations (Restoring Family Work Balance) Amendment Bill: Submission (PDF 114.6 kb)
    Submitted to Senate Employment, Workplace Relations and Education Committee on 4 June, 2007

    The NFF’s 4 June 2007 submission to the Restoring Family Work Balance Bill Inquiry outlines the NFF's position in not support the passage of the legislation and stating its objective to achieve fair and flexible workplaces with negotiable employment conditions.

  • Preview 2007 Wage Review: Submission (PDF 299.4 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Fair Pay Commission on 23 March, 2007

    The NFF's 23 March 2007 submission to the Australian Fair Pay Commission, argues a further wage increase is not justified so soon after the Commission's original decision commenced on 1 December 2006, and that any further wage decisions be deferred for one year for agriculture on account of the 2006-07 drought.

  • Preview 2006 Wage Review: Submission (PDF 214.2 kb)
    Submitted to Australian Fair Pay Commission on 28 July, 2006

    The NFF's 28 July 2006 submission in relation to the Australian Fair Pay Commission's inaugural wage setting decision.

  • Preview 2005 Wage Review (PDF 1.3 Mb)
    Submitted to Australian Industrial Relations Commission on 11 March, 2005

    The NFF's 11 March 2005 submission states the NFF's legal argument in relation to the Commission's annual wage decision.

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