With effect from 24th April 2023, a new minimum hourly wage requirement will go into effect for many roles in the tourism and hospitality industry. of New Zealand. The Adult Entitlement Wage Variation mandates that employers pay workers in certain tourism and hospitality positions at least 95 per cent of the median wage or a minimum of $28.18 per hour.
This update reflects the anticipated recovery of the tourism and hospitality industry following the opening of borders. The new minimum hourly wage is set to ensure that workers in these positions are compensated fairly.
Starting on 24th April 2023, employers in the tourism and hospitality industry must comply with the new minimum hourly wage requirement. In April 2024, the requirement will increase to 100 per cent of the median wage, in alignment with other sectors.
Occupations are listed in brackets with their ANZSCO (Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations) code.
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