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    Default What is minimum wage? Is nightfil minimum wage? How to get nightfil work?

    Questions are in the heading. Just wondering.

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    Check the Fair Work Australia website for the minimum wage, I think it varies between roles? As for whether nightfill pays minimum wage or more will depend on where you work. Coles & Woolies I believe are a little higher - to apply with either of them, fill out an online application on their website and you will be advised when positions are available. For smaller stores just drop your resume in (actually it'd probably pay to do this at Coles & Woolies too, sometimes they may have one or two positions on offer in that store that aren't worth doing a big recruitment drive for).

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    I believe Woolies is about $22/hr, that's permanent part-time. It would be slightly more for a casual.
    Totally agree with everything said above.
    I'm also trying to get night fill work at the moment. I went into my local Coles this week and was told they are going to be hiring within the next two weeks in preparation for Christmas. I've got my expression of interest filled in online so hopefully I'll get a call.
    Good luck!

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    I worked a permanent part~time job in 2010 in the motor industry and the award was $14.15 an hour. It has since been increased to $16 an hour. Hourly rates depend on whatever the industry award rate is.

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    Thank you lovely ladies. I looked it up last night and minimum wage came up as $17.something.

    We had a discussion last night and I think I'm going to have to pull back this year due to the government changes.

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    Night fill is definitely more than that! Between $22 - $25/hr depending on whether you are part time or casual


 

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