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Hospitality Industry Award 2010 has 2 types of salaried employee. Quickbooks have allowed for one but not the other. Anyone else come across this issue?

 
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QuickBooks Team

Hospitality Industry Award 2010 has 2 types of salaried employee. Quickbooks have allowed for one but not the other. Anyone else come across this issue?

Hi Glen, I haven't personally seen this before, but happy to take on feedback and pass on to our Payroll Providers.

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QuickBooks Team

Hospitality Industry Award 2010 has 2 types of salaried employee. Quickbooks have allowed for one but not the other. Anyone else come across this issue?

Can I ask what are the two types of employees? I'm looking through the award now (https://www.fwc.gov.au/documents/documents/modern_awards/award/ma000009/default.htm), but not sure I'm looking in the right area. 

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Hospitality Industry Award 2010 has 2 types of salaried employee. Quickbooks have allowed for one but not the other. Anyone else come across this issue?

27.1 Annualised Salary (Employees other than Managerial Staff (Hotels))

and 

27.2 Salaries absorption (Managerial Staff (Hotels))

 

Quickbooks has the award. Unfortunately, they only provide an Employment Agreement for the second option.

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Level 1

Hospitality Industry Award 2010 has 2 types of salaried employee. Quickbooks have allowed for one but not the other. Anyone else come across this issue?

Has anyone found a reliable solution to the missing salary agreement?
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Hospitality Industry Award 2010 has 2 types of salaried employee. Quickbooks have allowed for one but not the other. Anyone else come across this issue?

Hi Glen4, 

 

Thank you for following up on this. 

 

The salary agreement for both types of salaried employee should be found in the manage awards section in payroll settings. 

 

For the first type, "27.1 Annualised Salary (Employees other than Managerial Staff (Hotels))", please look up the job title of the employee and should should be able to find the relevant salary agreement by clicking on the name of the classification. 

 

Please let us know if you any questions. 

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Level 1

Hospitality Industry Award 2010 has 2 types of salaried employee. Quickbooks have allowed for one but not the other. Anyone else come across this issue?

Thanks Zac, I agree that both should be found in the manage awards section in payroll settings. The first type is! How about the second?
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QuickBooks Team

Hospitality Industry Award 2010 has 2 types of salaried employee. Quickbooks have allowed for one but not the other. Anyone else come across this issue?

Hi glen4,

 

Just want to clarify something - would the following job titles highlighted in the screenshot below be part of the second type?

 

 

Bonny