Level 3 On The Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement

66.3. In the first place, the parties to the dispute must endeavour to resolve the issue at the workplace level through discussions between the employee(s) concerned and the competent superior(s)/manager(s). 4.1. A staff member who is not satisfied with the measures provided for in clause 3, with the exception of clause 3.2 (e), may seek to remedy the rules for dispute settlement and challenge of the agreement and the relevant provisions of the Public Services Act 1999. 5.2 The CEO or delegate shall ensure that the terms of the individual flexibility agreement: 1.2. The agreement supports significant improvements in court operations, through a series of measures of efficiency and productivity of the company. The company`s efficiency/productivity program is designed to cover all functions and levels of the courts, with audits aimed at achieving savings in the following areas: 1.1. In accordance with the social equity objectives of the GSP, workers with disabilities, to the extent that they meet the disability criteria, may be employed under this Agreement and receive an assisted salary adapted to the GSP classification in which they are employed, at a rate lower than the level of pay required by this Agreement. 31.1. Big change 65.

Switch to the regular roster or normal working time 66. Settlement of contractual disputes 58.3. Formal measures of underperformance under this agreement would generally only be an attempt to help the employee improve their work to a satisfactory level. The process for managing underperformance is described in Appendix E. 64.7. Where a provision of this Agreement provides for a substantial change in the production, program, organization, structure or technology relating to the employer`s business, the requirements set out in clauses 63.1(a) and 64.2 and 0 shall not apply. 21.1. Subject to the requirements of the company, attendance patterns are agreed by employees and their superiors within the usual range from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Employees do not work without agreement between the employee and his supervisor: 20.2. Periods of service for part-time elderly persons are those agreed in their part-time agreement or in their conditions of recruitment. 3.1.

Subject to the following two clauses, workers covered by these provisions are those who, due to the impact of a disability on their production capacity, are unable to perform the extent of the tasks required at the level of work value for which the worker is hired under this Agreement and who fulfil the invalidity criteria for obtaining an invalidity pension. 22.2. A full-time worker may apply to work part-time for a certain period, subject to review and extension. Part-time agreements are reviewed after two years. 66.4. If discussions at the workplace level do not resolve the dispute, a party to the dispute may refer the matter to the Fair Work Commission. 22.7. . . .