June - August 2016 issue of Paycheck is now available.
This edition of Paycheck includes updated information in relation to nurse demographic data following the recent release of AIHW’s Nursing and Midwifery Workforce 2015 report; updated public sector wages data for NSW, NT and some specific classifications in TAS; updated State/territory and national average wages data for key nursing classifications in residential aged care and private hospitals and changes to the minimum weekly wages in the Nurses Award 2010 following the Annual Wage Review decision be the Fair Work Commission effective 1 July 2016.
Nurses' Paycheck is an on line service providing comprehensive and timely information on nursing wages from around Australia.
- Cost: $5 for current ANMF, NSWNMA, or QNU members (Validation Required) or $35 for non-members per quarterly issue.
- Want a copy of Nurses' Paycheck? Visit the Nurses' Paycheck website
This unique publication will ensure that nurses, employers and other organisations have this important information at their fingertips. Nurses' Paycheck is periodically amended to reflect changes in public sector wage rates with more general updates every three months.
**The structure, content and costs of the service have been prepared in consultation with industry bodies and nursing management in the acute, community and aged care sectors in response to calls for a cost effective and accurate publication.