Western Power recently found that it was in breach of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) by incorrectly applying the provisions of the flexibility agreement of the 2017 Western Power and Australian Services Union company agreement and previous agreements. 16 (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) If an employee resigns from a FA, the employee`s salary and terms and conditions of employment shall be set out in this Agreement, unless otherwise agreed. Fa shall prevail until any inconsistency against this Agreement. The compensation payable to an employee under an FA will be complete and will indemnify the employee for any indemnities or penalties payable under this Agreement, Western Power shall have the right to offset such claim against any claim under the FA in addition to the minimum payments to which the employee would be entitled under this Agreement. In the case of an employee under the age of 18, the employee must also have the AF signed by a parent or guardian. Western Power must ensure that the terms of the FA relate to matters that qualify under section 172 of the Fair Work Act, 2009 and not to the illegal provisions of section 197 of the Fair Work Act Western Power must ensure that the employee receives a signed copy of the FA within 14 days of consent. 19. Stand Down 19.1 Western Power may dismiss, without remuneration, any employee who cannot be significantly employed for the following reasons: strike, prohibition, restriction or restriction of the performance of work by employees or any trade union, association or organization; Any work stoppage for which the employer cannot reasonably be held liable If Western Power requires an employee to remain at work during this period, the employee will be paid. 20. Western Power Retirement Pension makes employee contributions to the retirement pension in accordance with the requirements for the selection of the Fund under the Pension Guarantee (Administration) Act, 1992 and the Superannuation (Choice of Retirement Fund) Amendment Act, 2004, as amended or modified from time to time. During the term of this agreement, the following minimum employer pension insurance contributions will apply: – July 1, 2014: 9.5% – July 1, 2015: 10.0% – July 1, 2016: 10.5% – July 1, 2017: 11.0% For employees who are and wish to remain members of the Government Employees` Pension Board`s Goldstate Fund, Western Power will continue to pay the employer contribution required by that fund. Page 16 (5) (i) (ii) No more than 10 cross-functional representatives of workers designated by CEPU; and No Less than 3 Management Representatives Members will maintain a high level of integrity and confidentiality when deemed appropriate and will display constructive behaviours to ensure that the best interests of Western Power and its employees are protected.
All the recommendations of the Steering Committee reached consensus. 6. Types of employment Western Power will employ full-time, part-time, term, casual and apprentice employees. Claims under this Agreement apply as follows: (e) (f) Full-time employees of Western Power will receive all claims set forth in this Agreement and will be asked to work the hours of work set out in Clause 8. Part-time employees of Western Power will receive on a pro rata basis all rights set forth in this Agreement. A part-time employee works less than the specified normal full-time hours and works a regular schedule established by Western Power. These schedules can be modified by giving the employee a notice period of 2 weeks or less by mutual agreement. Term employees can be hired full-time or part-time for a certain period of time. Western Power casual employees will receive all claims under this agreement unless otherwise specified. Casual workers are hired on an irregular hourly basis and are entitled to a 25% fee for all hours worked during normal hours. Interns will be employed on a full-time or part-time basis and will enjoy all rights set forth in this Agreement and in accordance with applicable applicable law.
Newly hired permanent employees will comply with a trial period of up to 6 months. 7. Commitments 7.1 Western Power Training is committed to providing employees with competency-based training. Skills-based training is restructured around (trade-dependent) – The qualifications of the national electricity supply industry (ESI); National Front-Line Management Training Package; Page 5 Company agreements are collective agreements between employers and employees on terms and conditions of employment. The Fair Work Commission can provide information on the process of drawing up company agreements, evaluate and approve agreements. We can also resolve disputes regarding the terms of the agreements. 5 (i) (ii) no more than 10 statutory representatives of the interoperability of workers appointed by the CEPU; And no less than three members of the company`s management will respect a high level of integrity and confidentiality when deemed appropriate, and will behave constructively to ensure the well-being of the Western government and its employees. All recommendations of the Steering Committee shall be adopted by mutual agreement.
6. Western Power`s types of employment will employ full-time, part-time, temporary, casual and casual teachers. The rights under this Agreement apply as follows: (e) (f) Full-time employees of Western Power are granted all rights covered by this Agreement and are responsible for normal hours of work under the 8-hour clause. Part-time employees of Western Power are granted all rights under this Agreement on a pro rata basis. Part-time work operates less than the normal full-time hours indicated and operates according to a regular schedule model established by Western Power. These schedules can be modified by mutual agreement for a period of 2 weeks for the employee. Temporary agents may be recruited on a full-time or part-time basis for a specified period. 18 (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) An employee`s accrued annual leave shall be paid at the time of dismissal. In the event of the employee`s death, it would be paid into the employee`s estate. There is no annual leave during unpaid leave or unauthorized absence. Workers who take time off work and receive weekly workers` compensation benefits only receive annual leave for the first six months of absence.
If one or more statutory holidays fall during a period of annual leave and it is a day on which an employee would normally have worked, an additional day of leave will be credited to the employee. An employee who is unable to work due to personal illness or injury during a period of annual leave may request that personal leave be granted to replace annual leave. Western Power must be notified as soon as the employee returns to work and any entitlement to personal leave is granted in accordance with the clause If an employee has an accumulated annual leave balance of more than 8 weeks or, in the case of a continuous shift worker of more than 10 weeks, and no agreement has been reached on the reduction of such leave, Western Power may ask the employee to: reduce excess annual leave within 12 months. Note: Western Power may require employees to reduce excessive leave (annual and/or long-term leave) within 12 months to 8 weeks. .