Worksafe Victoria Enterprise Agreement
23 32.2 If another public holiday is celebrated in a particular place instead of Melbourne Cup Day, an employee based at that place shall be entitled to paid leave on that day and not on melbourne Cup day Except in the cases provided for in this clause where public holidays are declared or published in Victoria on days to recognise occasions other than those referred to in this clause; These days are additional or substituted holidays for the purposes of this Agreement Replacement of Statutory Holidays By agreement between WorkSafe Victoria and the majority of its employees or employees of a regional work unit, another day may be considered a statutory holiday instead of the prescribed days. A statutory holiday replacement agreement will be documented and made available to each affected employee. Where, during annual leave, leave or a day the replacement falls on a day of the week which is normally a working day for a worker, an additional day shall be added to the annual leave of the worker concerned. 33 Annual leave 33.1 Eligibility All employees, except casual workers, are entitled to four weeks of paid annual leave for each year of service Payment for the use of leave Payment for annual leave is made at the rate of pay applicable to an employee at the time of the employee`s leave. Before taking annual leave, each employee has the option of receiving salary for that leave in advance, unless this applies to periods of less than 10 business days or is announced less than four weeks in advance. Payment of leave in advance is made in accordance with applicable administrative processes The annual burden of leave In addition to the amount of salary payable to an employee, employees in bracket 5 and under will receive an annual vacation burden of 17.5% of the 4-week salary as set out in the appendix below. Payment of annual leave expenses is made on the first pay day in December of each year. The entitlement of part-time and new employees is prorated. The maximum statutory holiday burden payable to employees in December 2009 will not exceed the annual statutory holiday burden payable to an employee. This amount is adjusted annually in accordance with the percentage increase in the agreement of the Victorian authority WorkCover Page 23 3 2 Title This agreement is called the certified agreement of the Victorian authority WorkCover Definitions of accident compensation, a weekly payment of an amount equal to the difference between the total amount of compensation received by an employee and his or her standard rate of pay. Award means the Victorian WorkCover Authority Award 2002 or its successor. The Commission is the Australian Industrial Relations Commission. CPSU means the Union of the Community and the public sector.
Management Agreement means a contract entered into in accordance with the requirements of the Public Sector Executive Compensation Panel (GSERP). FSU stands for Financial Sector Union. Volunteer means an unpaid elected official on the USUS/FSU governing body. The household includes persons in the employee`s household who are dependent on the employee or who are the employee`s partner. Immediate family means the spouse (including a former spouse, common-law partner, former common-law partner or same-sex partner), child, parent, grandparent, grandchild or sibling. Doctor means a licensed medical practitioner within the meaning of the Health Professions Registration Act 2005 (Vic). OH&S stands for occupational health and safety. This includes any full-time employee who receives a purchase leave plan approved in accordance with section 35. A part-time employee is one who: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) works less than 76 hours per two-week cycle; has normal hours of work; works for at least three consecutive hours a day; and is entitled to the same wages and rights as a full-time employee, but proportionately according to the hours worked. Part-time employment may only be performed by agreement between the employee and WorkSafe Victoria if the agreement includes a list specifying: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) the days of each two-week cycle on which the employee will work; the start and end times on the days the employee will be working; the number of hours the employee will work each day they work; an agreed process for the variation of working hours. A part-time worker employed under the provisions of this clause shall be remunerated for normal working time performed at the hourly rate prescribed for the category of work performed. The working days and hours of a part-time employee may be changed based on the negotiation.
Agreement from the Victorian Authority WorkCover Page 11 The information and tools available on the Commission`s website will be useful in reaching an agreement. 12 (e) (f) (g) A part-time worker who is responsible for working outside his agreed normal working hours shall be treated as overtime. If there is a mutual agreement between the employee and the supervisor to change their hours of work, these will be treated as overtime and unpaid as overtime. A part-time employee up to and including volume 4 may enter into a flexible working time arrangement in accordance with the subparagraph This is provided that the maximum number of credit hours to be worked in a two-week cycle is the proportion of the maximum of 20 hours for full-time employees A term employee is a full-time or part-time employee who is hired for a period of time Agreed. for the purpose of meeting special needs and carrying out special projects. The hiring period of a fixed-term employee is agreed before the start of the fixed-term period and is greater than four weeks and does not exceed 24 months. If a term employee is employed for an uninterrupted period of more than 24 months, the employee is offered permanent employment under the following conditions: (i) (ii) if the employee has worked in more than one classification, the current job is listed in the employee`s essential classification; and if the employee is acting as a substitute employee of another employee who is on extended leave, the employee`s continuing substantive position is that he or she makes a request as a substitute employee immediately prior to taking up his or her duties – unless the employee chooses to notify WorkSafe Victoria in writing that he or she wishes to enter into a new fixed-term employment contract. Section 55, Reintegration and Section 66, Termination of Employment, do not apply to fixed-term employees Casual workers A casual worker is hired and paid by the hour.
A casual employee must be hired for up to four weeks to meet the special and short-term needs of WorkSafe Victoria. A casual worker receives the hourly rate required for a full-time employee, plus a 25% fee instead of leave without work and other paid leave to compensate for the nature of the casual work. A casual employee who works more than 7.6 hours per day or more than 38 hours per week or a statutory holiday will be paid for those excess hours at the overtime rate prescribed in section 23, overtime. Victorian WorkCover Authority Agreement Page 12 Once your agreement has been reached and you have completed the appropriate forms, find out how to submit your application here. 14 their existing wage arrangements. 20 hours of work 20.1 Preamble The intent of this clause is to provide mechanisms for managers and employees to responsibly balance flexibility, labour demand and hours of work Normal hours of work The normal hours of work of a full-time employee are 76 hours over a two-week cycle, the normal daily hours being 7.6. Exclusive of a minimum lunch break of 30 minutes.. .