Yha Enterprise Agreement

Enterprise agreements are collective agreements between employers and workers on employment conditions. The Fair Labour Commission can provide information on the process of drafting enterprise agreements, evaluate and approve agreements. We can also deal with disputes over the terms of the agreements. 13.9.1 The rates of pay for this premium include the adjustment of the safety net to be paid under the Safety Net Review -Wages June 2005 [PR002005]. This adjustment of the safety net put in place can be compensated at an equivalent amount in the wage rates collected by employees whose wages and conditions of employment are governed by this bonus and which are higher than the wage rates prescribed by the premium. The aforementioned bonuses include salaries that must be paid on the basis of certified agreements, current operational enterprise flexibility agreements, Australian enterprise agreements, bonus deviations for the application of enterprise agreements and over-purchase agreements. Absorption contrary to the terms of an agreement is not necessary. 24.7.6 A worker who wishes to adopt a child is entitled to unpaid leave to participate in mandatory interviews or examinations required as part of the adoption process. The worker and the employer should agree on the length of unpaid leave.

If there is no agreement, the worker is entitled to two days of unpaid leave. If the worker has paid leave, the employer can ask the worker to take the leave. When a worker has exhausted all bereavement rights, including accumulated entitlements to leave, the worker has the right to grieve unpaid. Employers and workers should agree on the length of unpaid leave. In the absence of an agreement, a full-time officer is entitled to take up to 3 days of unpaid leave, provided that the requirements of 23A.1.1 are met and a part-time staff member is entitled to unpaid leave within the 3-day period, provided the requirements of 23A.1.2 are met.

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