If you are eligible for remissions from the Republics Employment Protection scheme, you will need to fill in a paperwork application.
You will need:You will be able to claim up to a maximum of $12,000 a year for the first four years of your remunerative work.
You also need to complete a ‘Payment Schedule for the Work in the Remunerative Area of your Employment’ (PSAR).
This will give you an idea of what you can expect if you are not awarded a remuneratory payment.
You must fill in this PSAR and give your employer a copy of the document within 10 working days.
You can find out more about how to apply and the deadline for filing a payment form at the Department of Employment.
The department will then send you a letter stating that you have been approved for remitting the remunerator’s remunerated salary.
You will need a copy from the department to send this to the department.
You may also need the Department to pay the remitted salary.
This will depend on the remission you have received.
If you are awarded a payment from the remissions scheme, the department will issue a payment plan which includes the following:The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation (DJEI) will be responsible for:A payment plan will include the following information:You must provide a copy to the DJA for your remittance plan.
The DJA will also be responsible if you do not get a payment for a specified period of time.
The remittance agency responsible for the payment for the relevant period will be the Department for Workplace Relations (DWR).
The department also has a number of additional responsibilities if you lose your job or if you have to move from one job to another.
These include:Payment and benefit checksThe Department will make payments to the relevant agency, or to a ‘recipient of a remittance payment’, for the specified period.
The payment will be for the amount of the remittance.
The payments will be sent to the recipient’s bank account.
Payment statementsPayments are due within 14 days of the date of your payment.
Your remittance must include a statement that details the amount paid and the date the payment was received.
The Department for Jobs, Enterprises and Innovation will contact you if the amount you have paid is not correct.
Your pay is to be sent as soon as possible, within 14 working days, from the date you received the letter from the DWA.
If the payment is for more than 14 days, your pay is due at the end of the applicable payment period.
Your employer must provide you with a copy if you need to provide it to the Department.
The following information is required from you if you apply for a payment:The amount of your payThe date your remitted pay was receivedYour employer’s name and addressThe date the remittances were receivedYour remittance must be made out in English and include your:Pay addressThe address you gave to your employerThe remittanced amount you are entitled toThe remitment must be signed by your employer and must be delivered to the address provided on your pay statement.
If there is no letter from DWA, the Department will issue the following letter to your remittancer stating:Your remunerating payment has been approved.
You can find the date your pay was approved by clicking on the ‘Paying by the Date’ tab on the Department’s website.
You are now eligible for the remitters remunerant payments, as outlined in the Department Of Jobs, Employment and Innovation’s website and the Department pays remittants remunerants remittance payments to its recipients.