I noticed in my contract that I'm under a "Fixed Remuneration Package" for a certain amount per year, payable every two weeks. For this example let's assume I'm making 100k (I wish) per year so the math is nice and clean.
I'd assume that each pay packet I'd receive in the order of $4,166 (100000/24).
However my employer is having me submit time sheets and due to lunch breaks etc I'm often a few hours short of making that amount (2 or 3). It's small amounts but it'll add up to thousands lost at the end of the year.
My understanding is that on a Fixed Remuneration I should be paid regardless of these minor unworked hours and of additional hours. For reference I am in Australia but I assume the workplace law would be similar elsewhere.
Should I bring this to their attention? Was my understanding of this wrong?
I feel like I'm being paid as an hourly contractor rather than a full time employee.