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Notice of termination is not required when an employee is terminated on the grounds of serious misconduct.
However the employer is required to pay the employee all of their outstanding entitlements; for example, payment for time worked, accrued annual leave and sometimes long service leave.
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Payment in lieu of notice can only be made in the event of an employer terminating an employee’s employment; not if an employee resigns.
If the employer chooses to make payment in lieu of notice, the amount paid must be equal to the full amount that the employee would have been expected to work for
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It is necessary to consider is the employee’s experience in the role in the sector (not just with the current employer), to determine the correct pay rate.
On engagement, the employer may require that the employee provides evidence of their qualifications and experience. It is the employee’s responsibility to bring their work history with them
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