End of daylight saving and your pay

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Daylight saving will end on Sunday 2 April. At 3am move clocks back one hour to 2am.

If you are rostered to work night duty when daylight saving ends on Sunday 2 April and work in the public sector, you should be paid ordinary time for the time actually worked (e.g. a 10 hour shift will in this case be 11 hours). Members in other sectors will need to check their enterprise agreement, as they may be paid for rostered hours, not actual hours worked.