Some clients may have encountered a problem with the existing clause 21.12(b) of the 2016 agreement with respect to disciplinary outcomes which states that “. the possible disciplinary outcomes are:… “, then lists a serious number of available sanctions, separated by the word “or”. (i) review various issues, including the auditor`s results and the employee`s response, and then determine the disciplinary outcome to be applied to the employee (clause 21.12(a)); and 23.3. In case of refusal of the customer to modify the contract, he may terminate the contract and must inform the entity of the decision within one month from the date of publication of the modified conditions. If the customer accepts the changes by tacit will, the contract enters into full force. Flexible working will be clarified and protected by combining all existing agreements into a special part of the new agreement. Employees no longer have to work 12 months before requesting flexible work arrangements. The proposed 2020 Victorian Public Utility Agreement (Proposed Agreement) is currently awaiting approval by the FWC. Progress payments will be part of a new Term 29 under the proposed agreement. This policy provides guidance with respect to clause 38 of the VPS Agreement, which describes the circumstances in which the employer may influence a closure between the first business day after Christmas and the first business day after the New Year by facilitating leave arrangements for employees. Plenary approved Commissioner Bissett`s interpretation of clause 24.3(g)(iv) of the agreement.

The Full Bank commented on Commissioner Bissett`s approach first: 12.3. In case of violation of Article 12.1. (a) Clause 21.10 concerning the investigation of allegations of misconduct, which provides: Article 28 of the VPS Agreement aims to operationalize the Government`s principles of gender equality in order to close a gender pay gap. This clause establishes a review process (which is in fact a separate dispute resolution procedure) for dealing with a claim by an employee, group of employees or the CPSU in relation to the principles of gender equality and allows such a claim to be settled by the Public Sector Equal Opportunity Officer. If the Commissioner is unable to resolve a claim, it may be described as a labour dispute to be settled by the Fair Work Board .. . .