the total dollar amount of pay at that rate any loadings allowances bonuses

The total dollar amount of pay at that rate any

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the total dollar amount of pay at that rate any loadings, allowances, bonuses, incentive-based payments, penalty rates or other paid entitlements that can be separated out from an employee's ordinary hourly rate the pay rate that applied on the last day of employment any deductions from the employee's pay, including: the amount and details of each deduction the name, or name and number of the fund / account the deduction was paid into any superannuation contributions paid for the employee's benefit, including:
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the amount of contributions made during the pay period (or the amount of contributions that need to be made) the name and / or number of the superannuation fund the contributions were made to. 14. How much notice must be provided to an employee who is to be dismissed? Where the period of continuous service is less than one year, notice is one week; 1-3 years, two weeks; 3-5 years, three weeks; over five years: four weeks. An award, registered agreement or employment contract can set out longer minimum notice periods (e.g. one month instead of one week). 15. Who is and who is not covered by unfair dismissal laws? Only employees covered by the national workplace relations system are covered by the unfair dismissal laws. (Other employees may have access to remedies under state legislation). The national workplace relations system covers: all employees in Victoria, the Northern Territory or the Australian Capital Territory those employed by private enterprise in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia or Tasmania those employed by local government in Tasmania those employed by a constitutional corporation in Western Australia (including Pty Ltd companies)—this may include some local governments those employed by the Commonwealth or a Commonwealth authority a waterside employee, maritime employee or flight crew officer in interstate or overseas trade or commerce. The laws do not cover: those employed by state government in New South Wales. Queensland, Western Australia. South Australia and Tasmania those employed by local government in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia those employed by a non-constitutional corporation in Western Australia (including a sole trader, partnership or Trust) contractors employees who resign and were not forced to do so by the conduct of their employer those employed under a contract of employment for a specified period of time, a specified task, or the duration of a specified season who are dismissed at the end of the period, task or season trainees whose employment was for a specified period of time and who are dismissed at the end of the training arrangement employees who have been demoted but have had no significant reduction in their remuneration or duties and who remain employed by the employer who demoted them.
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16. Explain why is important to advise potential employees of the terms and conditions of employment during the recruitment process?
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