Contracting with EBR

Getting Paid

At EBR you will find that our payment system is very efficient and reliable to ensure that you receive a fair remuneration for the level of work undertaken.

Payment for any temporary assignment is centred around the timesheet that you complete.

You will be paid:

  • An agreed hourly rate for each assignment.
  • By EFT into your bank account by the following Thursday after the fortnight worked (Public Holidays may affect the payment date).

Your rate may vary between assignments as it is determined by the client’s work requirements, your skills and the prevailing Award or Agreement rates that apply. Your rate is confidential and you should only discuss it with your EBR consultant.

Bank Details and Tax File Numbers

Ensure that you complete and return your Bank Details and Tax Declaration forms in full before you start with EBR so that there are no delays with your pay.

Your timesheet

Fill out the hours you have worked each day.

At the end of the fortnightly period, present your timesheet to your supervisor for authorisation.
Fax your timesheet to our office by 5pm each Friday fortnight, or earlier if possible.
Leave a copy of the timesheet with the client and take a copy for yourself if you wish.
Please note EBR cannot pay wages without a signed timesheet. Late Timesheets will not be processed until the following pay run.

Superannuation

We pay superannuation on your behalf at the legislated amount on a monthly basis as specified in the Superannuation Guarantee Legislation. Our chosen fund is AustralianSuper – formally known as ARF.