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Airservices Australia Collective Agreement

Airservices Australia Collective Agreement

D.6.1 All SWS wage assessment agreements under the terms of this schedule, including the reasonable percentage of the minimum wage to be paid to the worker, must be submitted by Airservices to the Fair Work Commission. Note 1: Under section 344 of the Act, an employer may not exert undue influence or undue pressure on an employee to enter into or cannot enter into an agreement in accordance with point 18.8. (d) explain in detail how the agreement improves the overall situation of the worker with respect to the conditions of employment of each worker and (e) to indicate the start date of the contract. 5.3 The following facilitation provisions may be used by appointment between air services and the majority of workers involved in the workplace, provided the agreement is compatible with item 5.4 a): the SWS Wage Assessment Agreement refers to the document in the form requested by the Ministry of Social Services, which records the worker`s productive capacity and the agreed rate of pay (a) of annual paid leave (a). , unless the agreement in point 18.8 can be paid. (a) Flextime is a system that allows a worker to obtain an agreement with Airservices on a workplace presence model. Flextime operates in accordance with the provisions of this clause 9.8. The transfer of time refers to a transfer in accordance with point 8, in which the worker must move to a term transfer location for a period of 1 to 2 years. Periods of more than two years require the agreement of the worker 4.9 Note:If one of the requirements of Section 144(4) that are reflected in the requirements of this clause is not met, the agreement may be terminated either by the employee or by the employer, with a written dismissal of no more than 28 days (see section 145 of the law). b) Subject to the provisions of Clause 5 (facilitation provisions), flexible hours in a given workplace may be established by agreement between air services and the majority of workers. Once a majority agreement has been reached, the operation of the flexible schedule can be agreed between Airservices and a single staff member. (iii) receive a salary equal to or above the minimum wage for administrative services – Level 7, unless, in agreement with Airservcies, they work on a flexible schedule; 4.2 Air services and individual personnel must have concluded the agreement without constraint or coercion. An agreement under this clause can only be reached after the individual worker has opened a job with the employer.

Notwithstanding paragraph 88 of the Act, if air services have in fact attempted to reach an agreement with a worker on the date of annual leave, air transport services may ask the worker to take annual leave by indicating at least 28 days in advance the date of the leave if: (a) An employer and a worker can give their consent to the worker who takes paid annual leave in advance if he grants a right to a such a leave of absence. that the agreement meets the following conditions: 4.10 The right to enter into an agreement under this clause is complementary and is not intended to affect by other means an agreement between Airservices and a single staff member included in another term of this award. D.5.2 All assessments carried out on this schedule must be recorded in a SWS wage assessment agreement and retained by Airservices as a time and salary record in accordance with the law. (i) The employer must keep a copy of an agreement under clause 18.8 as a staff dataset. 5.1 This arbitration award contains facilitation provisions that allow for an agreement between air services and workers on how to apply specific employment contracting rules.


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