The long service leave calculator uses the Victorian Long Service Leave Act (1992) to calculate long service leave entitlements.
Results should be verified by an independent party (e.g. payroll office, union or legal advisor).
Contact us: 1800 287 287
Items marked must be completed.
If covered by a Federal award, collective or individual agreement, or other legislation that contain long service leave provisions, this Act may not apply. Check with the Fair Work Ombudsman prior to using this calculator by calling 13 13 94.
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Long service leave applies to full time, part time, casual and seasonal employees.
Employment start date
Employment end date
Please enter an Employment end date. The calculation will be based on the current date if no employment end date is provided.
Continuous service can be affected by many factors.
Has employment been continuous service with one employer?
Continuous service can be affected by any of the factors listed below. For clarification call 1800 287 287.
Long service leave does not accrue on unpaid parental leave although it does accrue on paid parental leave. Time on leave, while in receipt of payment through the federal government’s Paid Parental Leave scheme is not considered to be paid parental leave. For further information on what is included as continuous employment go to Business Victoria .
Has any unpaid parental leave been taken?
Parental leave provisions apply to all full-time, part-time and eligible casual employees with at least 12 months continuous service with their current employer.
For further information go to Fairwork Parental Leave Guide
Please complete this section if you have answered yes to the question "Has any unpaid parental leave been taken?"
How much unpaid parental leave has already been taken before 31/12/2005, and/or after 01/01/2006?
Has any long service leave been taken?
Please complete this section if you have answered yes to the question "Has any long service leave been taken?"
How much long service leave has been taken?