Australian Antarctic Division Enterprise Agreement

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Certain financial benefits that may be received or likely to be received or reasonably expected as a direct or indirect consequence of the operation of one or more (beneficial conditions) of a proposed enterprise agreement must be disclosed to workers before voting on the agreement. The nature and, to the extent reasonably possible, the amount of each of these benefits and the name of any person who can reasonably or reasonably expect to receive or make available each of these benefits must be disclosed in the following table using a separate section for each advantageous mandate. 2.08……………………. concept of model flexibility for enterprise agreements……………. 22 With respect to section 535, paragraph 1 of the Act, a copy of the agreement is a kind of worker registry that the employer must establish and retain if the employer and the worker agree in writing the length of the worker`s work. Note: In accordance with section 20 of the Act, the usual weekly hours of a non-premium employee are relevant to determining the normal hours of the worker. 2.07…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 22 1.10 Meaning of Basic Rate of Pay – Unit Workers (Enterprise Agreement) Division 1 regulations contain the types of records to be kept and kept within the meaning of paragraphs 535 and 796 of the Act. These records must be maintained by employers for 7 years. (iii) an agreement on green fields, which is a single enterprise agreement; or 2.09B enforcement amendment – access time for amending an enterprise agreement (j) the name of any bonus covering a worker who is or will be covered by the enterprise agreement; and [employer name] announces that these are negotiations regarding an enterprise agreement ([name of proposed enterprise agreement]) that is proposed to cover workers that include [the proposed coverage]. If you are a member of a union authorized to represent your industrial interests in the work to be done under the agreement, your union will be your bargaining representative for the agreement, unless you appoint another person as your representative or if you revoke the union status of your representative.

(a) a copy of the enterprise agreement and any derogations from the enterprise agreement; and note: Section 416A of the Act deals with the actions of employers. In accordance with this section, the employer`s response to a proposed enterprise agreement does not affect the continuity of employment of workers covered by the agreement for the purposes of the regulations. Note: Under section 21, paragraph 1, point c), of the act, a pieceworker is a worker without a premium who belongs to a class of workers in the room prescribed by the regulations.

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