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NSW Breach of Contract - Fixed Term Full time employee

Discussion in 'Employment Law Forum' started by Sana, 18 April 2015.

  1. Sana

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    Hi, my employer hired me on fixed term full time basis for 1 year and stopped payment after 6 months due to no work. Employer is still looking for new assignment but no success BUT employer is not paying salary and my contract is still active. Employer did not given me any Notice as well for terminating the contract. Please advice what max penalties I can ask apart from my unpaid wages and annual leave balances against the employer?

    Thanks in Advance.
     
  2. Rod

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    You need to read up on the modern award that covers you. The modern award lists the penalties that apply.
     
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    Hi Thanks
    can you please assist me with the list of penalties.. or relevant web site.
    Appreciate your reply
     
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    Thanks Rod... this is related to IT company and I want to see exact details award and maximum penalties which I can claim...

    Thanks again for your advise
     
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    I want to know the award and max penalties which I can claim against employer
     
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    You need to find out what award you are on and then use the link I provided.
     
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