24.10.1 An employee who receives a salary not exceeding the salary prescribed for the higher level of PACCT 6 may, by mutual agreement between the employee and the Institute obtained before overtime, instead of an overtime allowance calculated in the same way as that provided for in point 24.9 for remuneration for overtime worked: take a vacation. Links to individual company agreements on the Fair Work website We have created webinars to help with the implementation and declaration of agreements. Click below and search for TAFE-specific training to access these recordings. 14.2 As a member of the Technical and Administrative Committee, the Agreement shall not be paid under this Agreement to office workers, computer scientists and technicians of a technical and secondary school performing tasks above PACCT level 8 (in accordance with the system and procedures agreed between the Victorian Colleges and Universities Staff Association (now NTEU) and the TAFE College Councils Association of Victoria (now Victorian TAFE Association)). in accordance with the Restructuring and Efficiency Agreement of 23 June 1988. If an Enterprise contract is in force, the premium does not apply. 30.6.3 Vacation pay is paid annually at a time agreed to by the employer and the majority of employees. Increases made in accordance with the previous national salary principles or the current policy statement, with the exception of those resulting from company agreements, should not be used to offset backstop adjustments made for access to these or other modern bonuses in order to obtain fwcgov.au/awards-and-agreements/awards and use the “Modern Award Decisions” category in your search. If an employee has exhausted all of his or her personal leave entitlements, including accrued leave entitlements, he or she is entitled to take bereavement leave without pay. Employers and employees should agree on the length of leave without pay. In the absence of an agreement, the employee is entitled to a maximum of three days of leave without pay. 15.3.1 Employees to whom this clause applies will receive the applicable percentage of salary as set out in clause 16 – Classification Descriptors, Wages and Progression of this indemnity (or as set out in a certified agreement applicable to such employees) for the category of work performed by the person according to the following schedule: Subject to an agreement between the employer and the majority of the employees concerned, to celebrate a public holiday on a day other than that prescribed in point 25.1. The employer will inform the union of such an agreement within seven days.
Increases made in accordance with previous national principles or the applicable Declaration of Principles, with the exception of those resulting from company agreements, may not be used to offset different adjustments to the backstop 9.3 If an agreement is concluded, a request shall be submitted to the Commission. (See § 113A and 113B of the Act) If an employer or employee wishes to reach an agreement in the enterprise or workplace on how the allowance should be changed in order to allow the enterprise or workplace to work more efficiently according to its particular needs, the following procedure applies: 30.6.3 Annual vacation pay is paid annually at a time agreed between the employer and the majority of employees. (see § 113A and 113B of the Act) If an employer or an employee of the company or workplace wishes to reach an agreement on how the premium can be changed so that the company or workplace can work more efficiently according to their particular needs, the procedure is as follows: 13.2 The notice period may be changed by agreement between employees and employers. An employee may take unpaid nursing leave in agreement with the employer. Victorian taFE teachers in dual-sector universities are covered by the following sectoral agreements 16.4.3 The payment rates of this prize include the adaptation of the differentiated safety net as part of the safety net review – the June 2005 Decision [PR002005]. This adjustment to the established safety net may be offset by the rates of pay levied on workers whose wages and conditions of employment are regulated by this bonus and who are higher than the rates of pay prescribed by the bonus. These rewards include salaries payable on the basis of certified agreements, current operational flexibility agreements, Australian company agreements, bonus gaps for the application of company agreements and surcharge agreements. .