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The Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) is the Peak Council that represents retailers, processors, exporters and smallgoods manufacturers in the post-farm-gate meat industry.

Annual Wage Increase of 2.4% from July 1st 2016

The new wages decision has been announced by the Fair Work Commission. The new wage rates will be effective July 1st 2016. Please see the FWC Statement for more information. 

AMIC will post and email the new wages sheets at the end of June. We will also post them on the HR secure section of our website. 
 

Restart - help to employ mature aged workers
 
Workplace Safety Awards 



The Restart Programme is an Australian Government wage subsidy that encourages businesses to employ mature age workers who are 50 years or older. To find out more click here.      
Click here for the Queensland Work Health & Safety and Return to Work Awards. Entries close June 24th.
Click here for the NSW Annual SafeWork Awards.
Entries close July 8th.
Energy Efficiency Information
Grants Program (EEIG)
 
Levy Split Objection Notice
 

AMIC was awarded funding
under this program to develop
an EEIG program for the meat
industry. 
Please see the EEIG
pages for more information.

 
Regarding the proposed variation of Livestock Slaughter Levy that was voted on in February: Levy Objection Notice
For more on the proposed changes and the overall issue, see Levy Split Q & A

Apprenticeship News for Apprentices and Employers
 
World on a Plate - a history book 
of meat
processing in Australia

New apprenticeship provisions in the Meat Industry Award commenced on 1/1/2015.
Apprenticeships | New Clause

Please Login to our HR Secure section for information on Incentives for Employers and Apprentices.
      

AMIC's National Processing Director, Stephen Martyn has written a book on the history of meat processing in Australia.

To buy a copy please see the Information Sheet and then the Order Form to place your order.

Save Energy - Save Money
 
Australian Livestock Processing Industry Animal Welfare Certification System (AAWCS)

As an AMIC member you have access to cheaper electricity and gas rates in 4 states.

Make It Cheaper is a free energy broker that AMIC has partnered with to bring you savings. Find out more
    AAWCS is an independently audited certification program used by Australian livestock processors to demonstrate compliance with industry best practice animal welfare standards. Read more. More on AMIC’s animal welfare here.
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