The working time for an ordinary week is 38 or is on average 38 per week in two weeks, over a period of four weeks or by mutual agreement, in the case of a worker who works ten hours on shifts and works either: 22.6.2 Employers and employees agree on the period for which the worker cannot be entitled. In the absence of an agreement, the employee is allowed not to be available to participate in the work for up to 48 hours (or two days) per occasion. The casual worker is not entitled to a payment for the duration of the non-participation. 4.2 This award applies to all of Victoria for persons: who are employed in direct customer care functions in home and/or non-residential assistance services for persons with disabilities and/or adolescents and/or children, but not: 15.7 The transfer of a worker between the pay points at each level of the ranking for which there is more than one salary position must be carried out in annual stages, taking into account the assessment of the acquisition and the use of skills and knowledge by experience gained in the workplace or workplace during that period. 21.3.2 Annual leave is granted by the employer and taken into account by the worker before the expiry of a period of six months from the date of birth of the right to leave. To the extent that the granting and use of all or a separate period of annual leave may be deferred by agreement between the employer and the worker, if circumstances make it necessary or desirable. 1.1.3 by mutual agreement in 152 hours per 4 weeks, which must be worked in 19 teams of eight hours each; The information and instruments are available on the Commission`s website to support an agreement. Visit an agreement for more details. 25.5.6 A worker who wishes to adopt a child is entitled to unpaid leave to participate in job interviews or mandatory examinations as part of the adoption process. The worker and the employer should agree on the length of unpaid leave.
If there is no agreement, the worker is entitled to two days of unpaid leave. Where the worker has paid leave, the employer may require the employee to use this paid leave. 22.4.8 When a worker has exhausted all personal paid leave entitlements, he or she is entitled to unpaid personal leave to care for family members or household members who are ill and in need of care and assistance, or who need care in the event of an unexpected emergency. The employer and the worker agree on the time frame. In the absence of an agreement, the employee is allowed to take up to two days of unpaid leave per occasion, provided that the requirements of 22.4.3 and 22.4.5 are met. 13.1.4 The transfer includes transfer, transfer, transfer or estate, either by agreement or by application of the law and has conveyed a corresponding meaning. 26.3.2 An agreement must be written down and is available to any relevant staff member. 16.1 The rates of pay for this bonus include adjusting the safety net to be paid as part of the May 2005 safety net review decision [PR002005]. This adjustment of the safety net put in place can be compensated at an equivalent amount in the wage rates collected by employees whose wages and conditions of employment are governed by this bonus and which are higher than the wage rates prescribed by the premium.