Terms and conditions of employment**Chapter 2**
Other terms and conditions of employment**Part 2-9**

Guarantee of annual earnings**Division 3**

Regulation2.13

**2.13High Income threshold **

(1) For subsection 333(1) of the Act, this regulation sets out the manner in which the high income threshold is to be worked out.

(2) The high income threshold for the period starting on 1 July 2009 and ending at the end of 30 June 2010 is worked out using the following steps.

*First indexation
***Step 1**

Identify the assessment of current average weekly ordinary time earnings published by the Australian Statistician for February 2008 and in effect on 1 July 2008.

Note: This is the amount of the average weekly ordinary time earnings, seasonally adjusted, for full-time adult employees of all employees in Australia for that day.

**Step 2**

Divide it by the assessment of current average weekly ordinary time earnings published by the Australian Statistician for May 2007 and in effect on 27 August 2007.

Note: This is the amount of the average weekly ordinary time earnings, seasonally adjusted, for full-time adult employees of all employees in Australia for that day.

**Step 3**

Round the result to 3 decimal places. If the fourth decimal place is 5or above, round it up.

If the rounded result is less than 1, the rounded result becomes1. Multiply $100 000 by the rounded result.

If the result is not a multiple of $100, round the result to the nearest multiple of $100. If the result is a multiple of $50, round it up to the next multiple of $100.

This result will be indexed again in step 6.

*Second indexation***
****Step 4**

Identify the assessment of current average weekly ordinary time earnings published by the Australian Statistician for February 2009 and in effect on 1 July 2009.

Note: This is the amount of the average weekly ordinary time earnings, seasonally adjusted, for full-time adult employees of all employees in Australia for that day.

**Step 5**

Divide it by the assessment of current average weekly ordinary time earnings published by the Australian Statistician for February 2008 and in effect on 1 July 2008.

**Step 6**

Round the result to 3 decimal places. If the fourth decimal place is 5or above, round it up.

If the rounded result is less than 1, the rounded result becomes 1.

Multiply the amount worked out in step 3 by the rounded result.

If the result is not a multiple of $100, round the result to the nearest multiple of $100. If the result is a multiple of $50, round it up to the next multiple of $100.

The result is the high income threshold for the period starting on 1 July 2009 and ending at the end of 30 June 2010.

(3) The high income threshold for the year starting on 1 July 2010, or a later year starting on 1 July, is the threshold for the previous year, indexed using the following steps.

*Fair Work Regulations 2009 *

Compilation date: 11/09/2021

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Compilation No. 36

Registered: 19/10/2021