Aph Enterprise Agreement

2.09B Change in enforcement – time to allow access to amend an enterprise agreement 7.04 Change – Changes to enterprise agreements (2) Not all information contained in column 3 of the table is part of this instrument. Information can be inserted in this column or information can be processed in each published version of this instrument. 1……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1 Department of the Senate Enterprise Agreement 2017-2020 (PDF 184KB) (Word 158KB) . (1) Regulation 2.09B, as it was inserted in Schedule 1 of the Fair Labour Amendment Regulation (modification of enterprise agreements) 2020, applies to the purposes of the FWC, which decides whether it is satisfied with the issue under section 211, paragraph 1, point a), the law with respect to a time limit for access in accordance with subsections 180 (2) and 3) of the law beginning with or after the beginning of this schedule. Participation in Industry Briefing and La Visit is MANDATORY for submitting an offer. Bidders must register at industry briefing and Vist Site by 2 p.m. on November 13, 2020, by completing the registration form (Annex B) and providing services to dpstenders@aph.gov.au. . . . The client excludes a response from a subsequent review if the bidder does not meet the following conditions of participation: 28.

Annual leave 29. Personal/guardian leave 30. Compassionate Leave 31. Other types of leave 32. Portability of Acquired Leave Rights and Recognition of Past Services This instrument is being implemented in accordance with the Fair Labour Act 2009. 10. Performance management 11. Underperformance management 12. Learning and development 13th consultation meeting 14. Workplace Advisory Committee 15.

Work support 16. The surplus contract is expected to be concluded by mid-January 2021. 1. Introduction 2. Cover 3. Definitions 4. Duration 5. Delegation 6. Division 7 guidelines. Individual flexibility 8. Dispute resolution 9. Formal adoption of the agreement .

. . . 7.05 Repeal of Part 7-4-6 months after the repeal of Regulation 2.09B (1) This regime complies with paragraph 211, paragraph 6, of the Act. Note: this table refers only to the provisions of this act in the original text; It will not be modified to deal with subsequent changes to this instrument. (b) if these regulations provide for a later date before the expiry of the period covered by point (a) at that later date. Any instrument set in a timetable for this instrument is modified or repealed in accordance with the relevant points of the relevant list concerned, and any other element of a timetable of that instrument has an effect in accordance with its conditions. (a) at the end of the six-month period from the start date of this regulation; or 35. Trips to the official market 36. Child care/family care costs 37.

Loss or damage 38. Termination, resignation and termination of employment by Division 39. Pay-for-death Fair Work Amendment (Variation of Enterprise Agreements) Regulations 2020 (2) For the purposes of the decision, If satisfied with the section 211 case, paragraph 1, (a) (a) (a) of the Act, subsections 180, paragraph 2 and 3, of the Act come into force, despite paragraph 180, paragraph 4, of the Act, as if references to the access period in those subsections had been amended so that they refer to the one-day period that expires immediately before the start of the voting process provided for in paragraph 181, paragraph 1. Note: Sub-regulation 2.09B (3) provides for the repeal of Regulation 2.09B 6 months after the start of this regulation or at a later date under this regulation. To seek the provision of painting services at the Australian Parliament House, including maintenance painting activities that are typically carried out on existing painted surfaces throughout the building.

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