2. Under this agreement, part-time workers are entitled to a minimum 3-hour employment under Article 6.4 (f) of the 2015 Public Service Enterprise Award. 21.1. Subject to company requirements, employee and superior attendance models are agreed in the normal range of 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday to Friday. Employees do not work without agreement between the employee and his or her supervisor: 22.7. In rare cases, it may be necessary to give a part-time worker overtime instead of getting his or her consent. In this case, overtime is paid for one and a half hours for all overtime worked Monday to Friday between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Hours worked after 18 hours are carried out in accordance with point 25. The use of TOIL can also be granted at the corresponding rate. Since 2007/2008, the Australian Public Utilities Commission (CSPA) has covered the State of Services report and the national disability statistics bulletin.
These reports are available at www.apsc.gov.au. Since 1994, Commonwealth non-corporate companies have reported their performance as political consultants, buyers, employers, regulators and providers under the Commonwealth Stability Strategy. During the 2007-2008 period, the employer`s role reports were transferred to the GSS Status of Services Reports and the ApS Statistics Bulletin. These reports are available on the APSC website (www.apsc.gov.au). Since 2010/11, companies are no longer required to report on these functions. Title, scope and decision-making2. Title 3. Duration 4. Parties covered by Agreement 5. Flexibility agreements 6. Guidelines, guidelines and procedures in support of this Agreement 7. Delegation of power under this agreement 22.2.
A full-time job may apply to work part-time for a specified period of time, subject to review and extension. Part-time contracts are reviewed after two years. The agreement applies to SPG1-EL2 workers and provides access to a number of vacation leave, flexible work arrangements, allowances and other benefits. It also provides an Agency Advisory Forum that will facilitate staff consultation on work matters. 20.2. Part-time periods of service are the periods of service agreed upon in their part-time contracts or in their terms of employment. Consultation and settlement of disputes61. Effective Communication and Consultation Committees 62 corporate advocaal and support roles 63. Consultation on key amendments 64. Significant change 65. Switch to regular rotation boards or normal schedules 66. Settlement of contractual disputes 23.4.
Magistrates` staff can accumulate a maximum of four weeks (150 hours) of flexible hourly credits at the end of a billing period. Judicial representation staff may only hold a balance of more than four weeks with the consent of their supervisor. Employees may be required to use flexible hourly credits of up to four weeks in a block while their judge or registrar is on leave. 5.2 The CEO or delegate ensures that the terms of the individual flexibility agreement: Section 185 – Request for approval of a single enterprise agreement 64.7. If a clause in this agreement provides for a substantial change in production, program, organization, structure or technology in relation to the employer`s business, the requirements set out in points 63.1.a) and 64.2 and 0 do not apply. 5.1 The CEO or delegate and a staff member under this agreement may agree to enter into an individual flexibility agreement to amend the effect of this agreement if: the FWO Enterprise Agreement 2016-19 (the agreement) came into force on 19 October 2016. As part of the agreement, there was a 3% pay increase at the beginning, a 2% increase on October 19, 2017 and an additional 1% increase in 2018.