Contractor Newsletter | June 2018

End of Financial Year Payment Summaries: How do you want yours delivered?

With the end of the 2017/2018 Financial Year drawing close, we’re busy preparing your payment summary.

Unless you request otherwise, your payment summary will be sent by 14 July 2018, to the same email address as your regular payment advice notifications.

If you would prefer to receive your payment summary by post, make sure you let us know by 15 June 2018. Simply send an email to and include your current postal address details to guarantee delivery.

Current CXC Global contractors will also be able to access their payment summary through MyCXC.

If you have any queries, simply get in touch with the Client Solutions team on 1300 724 082 or email

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Queen’s Birthday

The second Monday in June is almost upon us, which means…a public holiday!

It’s the Queen’s Birthday public holiday (in all states except Qld & WA). As a result CXC Global will be closed on Monday 11 June 2018.

How will this affect you?

Best that you check with your agency or client to see if timesheet deadlines or pay dates will change because of this public holiday.


If your timesheet(s) are due on Monday 11 June, we suggest you submit your approved timesheets beforehand on Friday 8 June or immediately following the public holidays on Tuesday 12 June, if you don’t hear otherwise.

Pay Transfers

We’ll be reconciling and releasing all funds received prior to the public holiday on Friday 8 June, for overnight release.

Please note: The next date payments will be processed will be on Tuesday 12 June. So best you get your timesheets in prior to the public holiday, if possible.

If you have any questions please contact our Client Solutions team on 1300 724 082 or

So in summary…don’t forget to make arrangements to accommodate your timesheet & pay cycle that could be affected by the Queen’s Birthday closure.

And most importantly, enjoy your day off!

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Melbourne Event: Building Your Personal Career Narrative

Finding a solid platform to build out a career is challenging in these days.

  • We used to be able to rely on getting a good education, but this is not enough anymore.
  • Personal networks used to be able to access the hidden job market, but this is trying up.
  • Careers used to last a lifetime, now they barely stretch out to more than 5 years time.

Do you find yourself scrambling from gig to gig, and just want to find a steady stream of work?

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The 2018 Federal Budget: How will it affect workers?

There were key measures delivered in this week’s federal budget, impacting Australia’s workforce. Here, we’ve provided a quick run-down on what Scott Morrison has in store for workers….

  • Tax refunds will increase for all Australians earning up to $125,000 year. But the most beneficial rebates sit with those earning between $48,000 and $90,000
  • A single, lower-rate income tax of 32.5% will apply to workers earning between $41,000 and $200,000 a year. This expanded tax bracket means 94% of taxpayers will pay no more than 32.5 cents in the dollar in income tax compared with 63% today…

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From the horse’s mouth: Job Seekers prefer #DirectRecruitment


More & more, candidates are in the driver’s seat when it comes to recruitment. And with increasing numbers of the workforce opting for contract-style careers, their reliance on the once industry staple – recruitment firms – is quickly declining. Doesn’t help that recruitment firms are STILL ranking poorly on customer (read: candidate) care.

Check out these very recent statistics on what candidates do & don’t value & respond to, in the recruitment process.

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That’s a wrap for the June CXC Global Contractor Newsletter. Let us know if there is anything you would like us to cover in the next edition. We’d love to hear from you.

And don’t forget, if you need to get in touch with us for any service or pay related matter our Client Solutions team is more than happy to help.

The team at CXC Global