What Is The Recommended Relief Motel Managers Wage
I can only advise that a relief motel manager’s wage in Queensland, Australia, can vary. Consequently, the wage depends on various factors such as experience, qualifications, and the size and location of the motel.
According to the Fair Work Ombudsman, the minimum wage for casual employees in the Accommodation industry (including motel managers) as of 1 July 2021 is $26.25 per hour, plus a 25% casual loading. This means that the minimum daily wage for a casual motel relief manager in Queensland would be $328.13 (based on an 8-hour workday).
Firstly, the daily wage applicable to a motel manager requires being on call for most of the day. Secondly, that does not mean continuous manual labour duties for the entire shift. Moreover, there should be a balanced workload and a sensible allowance of downtime. Overall, ensuring the manual duties and extended on-call requirements associated with the relief managers position are covered.
However, some motels offer relief managers a higher daily rate which is in excess of the minimum wage. Ultimately, wages depend on the motel’s specific requirements and the level of experience and expertise of the manager.
Websites like Seek, Indeed, or Jora list current job advertisements for motel relief manager positions. It’s important to note that wages listed on job postings may vary depending on the employer and other factors. In short, it’s always a good idea to confirm wage details with the employer before accepting a job.
Daily rates of $280 are applicable in a number of job offerings for relief managers. Consequently, you should confirm all relevant details required by the employer before accepting the position.