(i) Full-time employees may purchase up to 4 weeks of additional leave per year and work between 48 and 51 weeks per year with the consent of the employer. Approval belongs to the employer, who can legitimately take into account operational needs and work requirements. The agreement will not be unreasonably refused. 79.3 If no agreement can be reached, the employee is entitled to take up to two days of leave without pay. (c) the needs of the place of work or undertaking in which the worker is employed; 5.9 An individual flexibility agreement may be expressed as operating for a certain period of time or during the performance of a specific role of the employee (e.g.B. in a certain senior position). Such an agreement terminates after the expiration of the specified period or if the employee no longer performs the specified role, unless the employee is terminated earlier with notice or by agreement. (a) Annual leave may be taken in advance by mutual agreement between the employer and the employee. 75.1 Full-time employees may be granted additional annual leave with the consent of the employer. An intern working in classifications covered by this Agreement will be hired in accordance with the following principles: (a) In agreement with the employer, the current rate of pay and all monetary fees payable to the employee adjusted by the Agreement may be packaged in accordance with the Health Service`s individual policy on wage packing. 19.2 For dental assistants employed by the DHSV or Ballarat Health Service, the notice period may be shortened by mutual agreement. If a dismissed employee requests a shortened notice period, the employer will not unreasonably withhold consent. (b) any payment of a certain amount of paid annual leave shall be the subject of a separate agreement.
Subject to any agreement between the parties to the dispute relating to a particular dispute or claim and the provisions of this clause, when dealing with a dispute or claim by arbitration or arbitration, the Commission will deal with the matter in accordance with sections 577 and 578 and paragraph B of Division 3 of Part 5-1 of the Act. A company agreement is concluded between employers and their employees as set out in the agreement. Company agreements are negotiated in good faith by the parties through collective bargaining, in particular at company level. Under the Fair Work Act 2009, a company can refer to any type of business, activity, project or business.  2.4 CSA means the Committee competent for the implementation of the Agreement, which shall be maintained or established in accordance with subsection 90.10. (g) Modernize the agreement by developing and implementing common company agreement clauses in all Public Health Agreements in the State of Victoria, to the extent possible; and (iii) workers who took up employment before 12 September 2005 and who worked before that date during normal working hours from Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 6.3.m 0 p.m.m. may choose to work only during that period. Provided that the time slot can be changed up to one hour (at both ends of the period) by mutual written agreement between the employer and the employee. 71.2 Any agreement on catch-up time will be made in writing and kept in the employee`s personal file. (g) An agreement under this subsection does not entail that the employee`s remaining entitlement to paid annual leave is less than 4 weeks. (i) Full-time employees may purchase up to 8 weeks of additional leave per year and work between 44 and 51 weeks per year with the consent of the employer.
17.1 A term employee is an employee who is hired on a regular full-time or part-time basis for a certain period of time and who is willing, willing and available to work the hours and hours that are mutually agreed upon or, in the absence of an agreement, as prescribed by the employer at the time of hiring. 63.6 The lists shall be determined by mutual agreement, subject to the provisions of the Agreement. (a) Annual leave shall be taken at one or more periods agreed between the agreement of the employer and that of the employee. If an employee requests a period of annual leave, the agreement is not unreasonably refused by the employer. c) The employer and the eligible employee may enter into an agreement on how paid parental leave will be paid under this Agreement. For example, such leave may be paid at a lower level over a longer period, consecutively or simultaneously with a relevant Commonwealth Government parental leave scheme (subject to the requirements of the applicable legislation) and may include a voluntary contribution to the retirement pension. (e) If an employer and the majority of employees in a department genuinely want an alternative system to the one mentioned above, the employer must contact HWU, and any agreement reached will be determined in accordance with the facilitation provisions of this Agreement. (d) A worker who has been employed in the civil service since 11 June 2002 and who, on the basis of a historical agreement going beyond the right provided for in those provisions, modifies the remuneration per period of remuneration (fourteen days) shall remain with that right for the duration of this Agreement. (b) The provision of paragraph 67.5(a) may also be made in all cases where there is mutual agreement between the employer and the worker.
(c) a written agreement between the parties; or 59.5 Normal weekly hours of work are 38 or an average of 38 per week in two weeks or over a period of four weeks, or by mutual agreement in the case of an employee who works ten hours per shift, and are either treated: (1) www.fairwork.gov.au/tools-and-resources/fact-sheets/rights-and-obligations/enterprise-bargaining (b) The employer and employee agree on the period, for which the employee has the right, is not available to participate in the work. In the absence of an agreement, the employee has the right to be absent from work for up to two (2) days per occasion. The casual employee is not entitled to a payment for the duration of the absence. (d) This agreement must be in writing and signed by the parties. The eligible employee must propose a preferred payment arrangement at least four weeks before the child`s expected date of birth or placement. In the absence of an agreement, this leave shall be paid during the normal salary periods corresponding to the duration of the leave. (b) an individual flexibility agreement (see Section 5); (i) The employer shall keep a copy of each agreement under this subsection as an employee`s record. (b) If an adult trainee has been an employee of the employer for a period of at least six months immediately before entering training, he shall not suffer a reduction in his basic salary at the time of conclusion of the training contract. 71.1 An employee may, with the consent of the employer, constitute working time during which the employee takes leave during normal working hours and works those hours at a later, mutually agreed time or at hours subsequent to the standard rate. (b) The deliberations referred to in paragraph 7.4(a) shall take place within fourteen days or a longer mutually agreed period, unless such agreement is not unreasonably refused.
Where an employee has exhausted all entitlements to paid leave/caregivers, the employee is entitled to take unpaid caregiver leave to provide care and assistance in the circumstances described in paragraphs (a) (ii), (iii) or (iv) of subsection 76.2. The employer and employee agree on the period. In the absence of an agreement, the employee is entitled to take up to two (2) days of leave for unpaid care per occasion. (d) An employee may take additional unpaid compassionate leave after consultation with the employer. (a) relates to matters that would be permitted under section 172 of the Act if the agreement were a company agreement; (g) Dismissal means that due to changes in the operational requirements of the employer`s business, the employer no longer requires that the work of the employee concerned be performed by anyone. .