Section 185 – Application for approval of a single undertaking agreement 59.1. Employees recruited on an ongoing basis or outside the GSP normally have to undergo a six-month or three-month authorization for non-permanent employees with a contract of six months or less. Staff members recruited on a trial basis by the tribunal should be informed of the evaluation criteria and the evaluation method during the trial period. 21.1. Subject to operational requirements, attendance models for employees and their officers are agreed within the usual range from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Employees will not work without an agreement between the employee and their supervisor: the Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers negotiate with their New Approaches program. Read more about The New Approaches on the Fair Work Commission website. 41.5. A worker who is a parent or who is responsible for caring for a child of compulsory school age or younger may request flexible working rules, including part-time. Staff members shall not be allowed to submit such an application unless they have completed at least 12 months of uninterrupted qualification service.
A request must be made in writing and contain the details of the proposed change and the reasons for the change. The CEO or delegate will respond in writing to the question within 21 days and will only refuse for commercially reasonable reasons. If the application is rejected, the reply shall contain grounds for rejection. 37.8. Workers who have exhausted their right to personal leave may each take up to two days of unpaid care leave when a member of the worker`s direct family or household requires care or assistance due to illness or injury or unexpected emergency. Note: If a person`s estimated capacity is 10%, the employee receives a high level of support and support. 70.2. The Court undertakes to organise situations of overstaffing in such a way as to take account as far as possible of the wishes and aspirations of the staff concerned. A surplus of employees is an employee who: 4.1.
An employee who is not satisfied with the measures set out in clause 3, with the exception of clause 3.2(e), may seek to remedy the dispute resolution and challenge provisions of the agreement and the relevant provisions of the Public Utilities Act, 1999. 27.1. Workers who must work for at least five days at a level higher than their classification are entitled to payment at the basic rate of that higher classification for the entire period. 66.3. In the first place, the parties to the dispute must endeavour to resolve the issue at the workplace level through discussions between the employee(s) concerned and the competent superior(s)/manager(s). Consultation and dispute resolution61. Effective communication and advisory committees 62. Roles of representation and support to businesses 63.
Consultation on significant amendments 64. Major change 65. Switch to the regular roster or normal working time 66. Settlement of contractual disputes Registered contracts apply until their termination or redemption. 3.1. Subject to the following two clauses, workers covered by these provisions are those who, because of the effect of a disability on their production capacity, are unable to perform the scope of the tasks required at the level of work value for which the worker is recruited under this Agreement and who fulfil the invalidity criteria for obtaining an invalidity pension. If a job has a registered agreement, the bonus does not apply. However, 22.7. In rare cases, it may be necessary to order a part-time inmate to work overtime rather than obtain consent. In this case, overtime is paid for an hour and a half for all overtime work hours between 8:00 and 18:00 from Monday to Friday. . .