15.3. Irregular or intermittent workers who have worked full-time for 12 months or more in less than two years arrive at the next point, subject to a satisfactory work benefit. Given the administrative difficulties associated with the routine monitoring of the cumulative working hours of irregular or intermittent workers, it is the employee`s responsibility to begin the progression through this mechanism. I, Warwick Soden, 41.1. Workers are entitled to maternity leave under the Workers` Act 1973 who are entitled to paid maternity leave under the 1973 Act. , however, only 12 weeks count as a benefit. 64.7. If a clause in this agreement provides for a substantial change in production, program, organization, structure or technology in relation to the employer`s business, the requirements set out in points 63.1.a) and 64.2 and 0 are deemed to be non-applicable. 4.1. A worker dissatisfied with the action in paragraph 3, with the exception of paragraph 3.2 (e), may bring an appeal under the litigation and circumvention provisions of the agreement and the relevant provisions of the Public Service Act 1999. 37.9. Workers who are entitled to paid personal leave and who present a medical certificate during annual leave or long-term service leave may apply for personal leave. Annual or long-term leave is again credited for the duration of personal leave granted.
72.1. If a worker accepts an offer of voluntary dismissal, the CEO or delegate may authorize the termination of that employee`s employment in accordance with Section 29 of the Public Services Act 1999. The worker is dismissed for four weeks or five weeks for workers over the age of 45 with at least five years of uninterrupted seniority. This notice period also applies to workers who are involuntarily dismissed, with notice periods being, as far as possible, at the same time as retention periods. 59.2. Probation checks must take place no later than the middle of the trial period. Following feedback and informal advice, the line manager must inform the employee in writing of all performance concerns, including relevant evidence. 48.9. Workers who require interstate work in the event of a public holiday in their country of origin are entitled to a TOIL or payment at the normal overtime rate, calculated on the basis of hours worked. 73.3.
For the number of hours of service previously, there should be no breaks between hours of service, unless: 41.2. Workers who are entitled to paid maternity leave after the Commonwealth Employees Act 1973 receive an additional two-week paid leave, which must be taken immediately after the statutory period of leave. This leave can be taken in half pay, but only two weeks count as a benefit. Registered contracts apply until they are terminated or replaced.