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6306.0 - Employee Earnings and Hours, Australia, May 2002  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 26/03/2003   
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ABS DATA AVAILABLE ON REQUEST


INTRODUCTION

A large range of final estimates of unpublished data from this survey is available on request. Data availability will depend on the size of the standard errors for the estimates requested.

Data can be produced for clients as customised reports in a variety of formats. Contact Brad Pottinger on 08 9360 5305 for more information.


POPULATION

The survey populations and variables are listed below.

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VARIABLES

Note that all data is subject to ABS confidentiality provisions, and data considered confidential will be suppressed. In general the more variables which are cross-classified in any one tabulation the more likely it is that some data will be suppressed. The following variables are available from this survey:

Distribution of employees
  • Weekly total earnings
  • Weekly ordinary time earnings
  • Weekly overtime earnings
  • Weekly total hours paid for
  • Weekly ordinary time hours paid for
  • Weekly overtime hours paid for

Composition of earnings
  • Average weekly total earnings
  • Average weekly ordinary time earnings
  • Base pay (including allowances)
  • Payment by measured result
  • Average weekly overtime earnings

Average hourly earnings - Non-managerial employee
  • Average hourly ordinary time earnings
  • Average hourly total earnings

Composition of hours paid for - Non-managerial employees
  • Average weekly total hours paid for
  • Average weekly ordinary time hours paid for
  • Average weekly overtime hours paid for

States and Territories
  • States and Territories available separately

Sector
  • Private and Public available separately

Level of Government (Public Sector)
  • Commonwealth
  • State
  • Local

Age
  • Adult
  • Junior

Hours of work
  • Full-time
  • Part-time

Sex
  • Males
  • Females
  • Persons

Status of employee
  • Managerial
  • Non-managerial

Type of employee
  • Permanent
  • Fixed term contract
  • Casual

Occupation (ASCO Second Edition)
  • ASCO Major group (1-digit codes)
  • ASCO Sub-major group (2-digit codes)
  • ASCO Minor group (3-digit codes)
  • ASCO Unit Group (4-digit codes)

Industry (ANZSIC classification)
  • Division (1-digit codes)
  • Subdivision (2-digit codes)

Employer unit size
  • Under 20 employees
  • 20 to 49 employees
  • 50 to 99 employees
  • 100 to 499 employees
  • 500 to 999 employees
  • 1,000 and over employees

Methods of setting pay
  • Awards only
  • Registered collective agreements
  • Registered individual agreements
  • Unregistered collective agreements
  • Unregistered individual agreements

Methods of setting pay - Jurisdiction
  • Registered collective agreements
  • Federal
  • State
  • Registered individual agreements
  • Federal
  • State


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