Reconciliation Clause Enterprise Agreement

48.6. If a public holiday falls on the weekend and a replacement day is reviewed, workers who must work for one of the two days are entitled to the corresponding overtime rate to be paid in accordance with item 25 of this agreement. When a worker is required to work on Easter Saturday, payment is made at the overtime rate applicable to public holidays. A business contract only confers rights and obligations on a person if it applies to that person. [3] The dependant creditor for remote assistance (point 52) – refers to a spouse, common-law partner or child of the worker or his or her spouse or common-law partner who normally lives with the worker and who is who is wholly or primarily depends on the worker and has an income of less than $15,000 per year. An enterprise agreement concerns a union that was a negotiator of a worker who is covered by the agreement when the union submits an application to undercover the agreement before the approval of the agreement by the Commission. [5] In its authorisation decision, the Commission will find that the agreement covers the union. [6] An additional rights provision in an enterprise agreement cannot deprive the employer of the opportunity to seek the worker`s permission to amend the enterprise agreement. [1] An enterprise agreement cannot be reached with a single employee. [1] 21.1. Depending on the company`s requirements, employee and superior attendance models are agreed Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

by employees and their superiors. Workers do not work without agreement between the employee and their supervisor: immediate family EAP (paragraph 54) – means spouse, common-law partner or dependent child. 41.3. Workers who adopt or promote a child under the age of 16 are entitled to leave on the same basis as the Maternity Leave (Commonwealth Employees) Act 1973 and clauses 41.1 and 41.2. To be entitled to paid leave, the worker must be the primary caregiver of the adopted or cared for child and meet the same qualification service requirements as those that apply to a worker to obtain paid maternity leave under the Commonwealth Employees Act of 1973. Secondary boycott measures are prohibited under Section 45E of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth). Is the clause of the enterprise contract a contract, agreement or understanding to justify a secondary boycott? Under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth), an enterprise agreement will only exist if the Commission is satisfied that any fixed-price worker (and any potential fixed-price worker) would be “overall better” than the modern price compared to the corresponding modern price.