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    Hair and Beauty Industry Award 2010

    Wage Summary

    RATES OF PAY AS AT 1 JULY 2016

    The Fair Work Commission released its minimum wage decision on 31 May 2016.

    The decision, effective from the first full pay period on or after 1 July 2016 sees the

    modern award rates increased by 2.4%.

    This increase flows on to junior employees, employees to whom training

    arrangements apply and employees with a disability.

    Who does this wage summary apply to?

    The attached wage summary applies to employers that are operating under the Hair

    and Beauty Industry Award 2010. This award covers businesses primarily engaged

    in the following:

    (a) performing and/or carrying out of shaving, haircutting, hairdressing, hair

    trimming, facial waxing, hair curling or waving, beard trimming, face or head

    massaging, shampooing, wig-making, hair working, hair dyeing, manicuring, eye-

    brow waxing or lash tinting, or any process or treatment of the hair, head or face

    carried on, using or engaged in a hairdressing salon, and includes the

    sharpening or setting of razors in a hairdressing salon; and/or

    (b) performing and/or carrying out manicures, pedicures, nail enhancement and

    nail artistry techniques, waxing, eyebrow arching, lash brow tinting, make-up,

    analysis of skin, development of treatment plans, facial treatments including

    massage and other specialised treatments such as lymphatic drainage, high

    frequency body treatments, including full body massage and other specialised

    treatments using machinery and other cosmetic applications and techniques,

    body hair removal, including (but not limited to) waxing chemical methods,

    electrolysis and laser hair removal, aromatherapy and the application of

    aromatic plant oils for beauty treatments, using various types of electrical

    equipment for both body and facial treatments

    Please note that businesses operating under workplace agreements (such as AWAs,

    ITEAs, certified agreements, or enterprise agreements) are not bound by this wage

    summary and instead should refer to the NRA Agreement Wage Summary to

    determine the minimum base hourly rates of pay that apply.

    Fair Work Ombudsman’s Guidelines

    The NRA has developed this wage summary in accordance with the Fair Work

    Ombudsman’s view on calculating wage rates. The NRA’s calculations are based on

    the Fair Work Ombudsman’s choice of rounding to 6 decimal places throughout the

    calculations, and to 2 decimal places for the final hourly rate.

    The information contained within this summary has been produced in good faith

    based on the NRA’s professional interpretation of the legislation and award. We can

    make no guarantee that the information within the summary entirely corresponds

    with the Fair Work Ombudsman’s position, and do not accept any liability for loss or

    damage sustained on the basis of this information.

    If you require any further assistance regarding this wage summary, please do not

    hesitate to contact the NRA Hotline on 1800 RETAIL (738 245).

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    Classification Levels1

    Hair and Beauty Employee Level 1 means a receptionist or a salon assistant.

    Hair and Beauty Employee Level 2 means:

    (a) A make-up artist who holds a Certificate II in Make-up Services (or equivalent);

    (b) A nail technician who holds a Certificate II in Nail Technology (or equivalent); or

    (c) An unqualified beautician or cosmetologist.

    Hair and Beauty Employee Level 3 means:

    (a) A beautician who holds a Certificate III in Beauty Services (or equivalent); or

    (b) A hairdresser who holds a Certificate III in Hairdressing (or equivalent).

    Hair and Beauty Employee Level 4 means a beauty therapist who holds a Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy (or equivalent).

    Hair and Beauty Employee Level 5 means:

    (a) A hairdresser who holds a Certificate IV (or equivalent); or

    (b) A trichologist who is hairdresser and holds a Certificate IV in Trichology (or equivalent).

    Hair and Beauty Employee Level 6 means a beauty therapist who holds Diploma in Beauty Therapy (or equivalent).

    1 Schedule B, Hair and Beauty Industry Award 2010.

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    Full Time and Part Time Employees

    BASE HOURLY

    RATE SATURDAY SUNDAY

    OVERTIME

    FIRST 3

    HOURS

    (Mon - Sat)

    OVERTIME

    THEREAFTER

    (Mon - Sat) &

    OVERTIME

    SUNDAY

    PUBLIC

    HOLIDAY

    133% 200% 150% 200% 250%

    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 1

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 19.44 $ 25.86 $ 38.88 $ 29.16 $ 38.88 $ 48.61

    16 Years of age $ 9.72 $ 12.93 $ 19.44 $ 14.58 $ 19.44 $ 24.30

    17 Years of age $ 14.58 $ 19.39 $ 29.16 $ 21.87 $ 29.16 $ 36.45

    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 2

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 19.91 $ 26.47 $ 39.81 $ 29.86 $ 39.81 $ 49.76

    16 Years of age $ 9.95 $ 13.24 $ 19.91 $ 14.93 $ 19.91 $ 24.88

    17 Years of age $ 14.93 $ 19.86 $ 29.86 $ 22.39 $ 29.86 $ 37.32

    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 3

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 20.61 $ 27.42 $ 41.23 $ 30.92 $ 41.23 $ 51.53

    16 Years of age $ 10.31 $ 13.71 $ 20.61 $ 15.46 $ 20.61 $ 25.77

    17 Years of age $ 15.46 $ 20.56 $ 30.92 $ 23.19 $ 30.92 $ 38.65

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    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 4

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 20.99 $ 27.92 $ 41.99 $ 31.49 $ 41.99 $ 52.49

    16 Years of age $ 10.50 $ 13.96 $ 20.99 $ 15.75 $ 20.99 $ 26.24

    17 Years of age $ 15.75 $ 20.94 $ 31.49 $ 23.62 $ 31.49 $ 39.37

    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 5

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 21.62 $ 28.76 $ 43.24 $ 32.43 $ 43.24 $ 54.05

    16 Years of age $ 10.81 $ 14.38 $ 21.62 $ 16.22 $ 21.62 $ 27.03

    17 Years of age $ 16.22 $ 21.57 $ 32.43 $ 24.32 $ 32.43 $ 40.54

    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 6

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 22.39 $ 29.78 $ 44.78 $ 33.58 $ 44.78 $ 55.97

    16 Years of age $ 11.19 $ 14.89 $ 22.39 $ 16.79 $ 22.39 $ 27.99

    17 Years of age $ 16.79 $ 22.33 $ 33.58 $ 25.19 $ 33.58 $ 41.98

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    Casual Employees

    CASUAL

    HOURLY RATE SATURDAY SUNDAY

    MON-FRI

    (before 7 am &

    after 9 pm)

    SATURDAY

    (before 7 am &

    after 6 pm)

    PUBLIC

    HOLIDAY

    125% 133% 200% 150% 150% 250%

    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 1

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 24.30 $ 25.86 $ 38.88 $ 29.16 $ 29.16 $ 48.61

    16 Years of age $ 12.15 $ 12.93 $ 19.44 $ 14.58 $ 14.58 $ 24.30

    17 Years of age $ 18.23 $ 19.39 $ 29.16 $ 21.87 $ 21.87 $ 36.45

    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 2

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 24.88 $ 26.47 $ 39.81 $ 29.86 $ 29.86 $ 49.76

    16 Years of age $ 12.44 $ 13.24 $ 19.91 $ 14.93 $ 14.93 $ 24.88

    17 Years of age $ 18.66 $ 19.86 $ 29.86 $ 22.39 $ 22.39 $ 37.32

    HAIR AND BEAUTY EMPLOYEE LEVEL 3

    Adult (18 Years and older) $ 25.77 $ 27.42 $ 41.23 $ 30.92 $ 30.92 $ 51.53

    16 Years of age $ 12.88 $ 13.71 $ 20.61 $ 15.46 $ 15.46 $ 25.77

    17 Years of age $ 19.32 $ 20.56 $ 30.92 $ 23.19 $ 23.19 $ 38.65

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    HAIR AND