Australian Institute Of Health And Welfare Enterprise Agreement
Once an application has been approved or rejected, it is no longer listed below. To find an agreement that has been approved or modified, please find an agreement. 81.9 If the Director is satisfied that the worker does not have sufficient productive work during the remaining period of detention and that there are no adequate prospects for redistribution in the GSP, the Institute may, with the worker`s agreement, terminate the worker`s employment relationship in accordance with section 29 of the Public Services Act 1999. At the time of termination, the employee receives a lump sum consisting of the following amounts: the list of applications includes the case number, the name of the applicant, the title of the agreement, the sector, the date of application for approval or amendment of an agreement and the status of the application. All SWS collective agreements under the terms of this clause, including the appropriate percentage of the corresponding agreement rate to be paid to the worker, are submitted by the Institute to the Fair Work Commission. 53.9 If a staff member is required to make additional payments in accordance with subsection 53.8, an appropriate payment plan shall be agreed upon with the employee. In the absence of an agreement, the director establishes a payment plan taking into account the payments previously deducted for the purchased vacation. (i) the terms of the undertaking agreement which are amended by the agreement; and 11.8 Subject to work requirements within the Institute, the Director may authorize a temporary reallocation of duties by mutual agreement between a staff member and a manager as a learning and training opportunity for staff. In determining the percentage of the rate of the agreement to be paid to a worker under this Agreement, the worker`s production capacity shall be assessed according to the supported wage system by an approved expert who has consulted the Institute and the worker and, if the worker so wishes, by a trade union which may join the worker. 2.3 This agreement aims to create a safe and healthy working environment, in which the differences, skills, talents and views of all employees are valued and in which people are encouraged to learn, develop and share their knowledge through: (ii) existing legislation on occupational health and safety would not allow the work to be carried out; or We encourage a positive work environment that values innovation and cooperation.
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