1 March Notice of 50th Annual General Meeting March 1, 2017 By Reef Admin REEF management 0 Notice is hereby given to financial members of REEF that the 50th Annual General Meeting of the organisation will be held on 27 April 2017. Details of the meeting are as follows: Venue: The Ryan-Taylor Room, Real Estate Employers' Federation, Level 6, 99 Bathurst Street, Sydney Date: Thursday, 27 April 2017 Time: 2.00pm Agenda Apologies. Confirmation of minutes of the 49th Annual General Meeting held on 29 February 2016. Acceptance of the Annual Report of the President. Acceptance of the Audited Accounts for the year ending 31 December 2016. A copy of the audited accounted can be accessed by clicking here >>> General business. Bryan Wilcox Chief Executive Officer Related Notice of REEF's 51st Annual General Meeting Notice is hereby given to financial members of REEF that the 51st Annual General Meeting of the organisation will be held on Thursday, 22 February 2018. Changes to annual leave provisions now in play In an important decision by the Fair Work Commission, annual leave provisions in modern awards have been varied to provide greater administrative flexibility. The changes apply from the first pay period on or after 29 July 2016. Working out a notice period An employee must give notice to their employer of their intention to end their employment and the period of that notice must be in accordance with the relevant award or their employment agreement. REEF President gives 2017 annual report at AGM At the recent AGM, REEF President Fred Andriessen presented his annual report and provided a snapshot of just some of the activities REEF has been involved in over the course of 2017. Is there a minimum notice period for casual employees? Most employers know that there is a minimum notice period that must be given when terminating a full-time or part-time employee. But what about a casual employee? How cashing out annual leave can impact super contributions Do you need to include the cashed out portion of annual leave in an employee's ordinary time earnings for the purpose of calculating superannuation guarantee contributions? Comments are closed.