Estimator
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Broad Estimate Application
(Including Non-productive Time Costs)
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The QS (Quantity Surveyor) / Estimator Fraternity is of the generic consensus that Non-Productive Time during an 8 hour ordinary workday is around 141 minutes = 2.35 hours.

And so, when estimating a job, who allows for these Non-Productive Time Costs?

Concap Industries Web based Software, has made this allowance and incorporated this provision, into their Broad Estimate Application, with a default set of parameter values, which may be changed, at the discretion of the End User.

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TIMELINES

E.B.A: 1 November 2020 ― 30 June 2021
Federal Award: 1 November 2020 ― 30 June 2021
Employer
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Charge Out Application
(Cost of Construction Worker Individual Wage)
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Charge Out Application could also be utilised by Trade and Labour Hire Organisations and their prospective clients.

Employer statutory obligations, relative to Employees, are clearly outlined in the software parameter pages and the follow-on resultant Report Spreadsheets:
Redundancy.
Superannuation.
Payroll Tax.
Workers' Compensation Insurance.
Employee Personal Protection Equipment.

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TIMELINES

E.B.A: 1 November 2020 ― 30 June 2021
Federal Award: 1 November 2020 ― 30 June 2021
Construction Worker
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Individual Wage Application
(Construction Worker Individual Wage)
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Individual Wage Application provides the following two (2) options:

1. Federal Award for Minimum Wage:
FWO (Fair Work Ombudsman):
" Employers and Employees cannot be paid less than their applicable minimum wage, even if they agree to it. "

2. E.B.A. for Maximum Wage:
Based on the Australian Construction Industry E.B.A. Wage Rates and Entitlements.

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TIMELINES

E.B.A: 1 November 2020 ― 30 June 2021
Federal Award: 1 November 2020 ― 30 June 2021

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