42.9 The terms of a part-time employment contract may be changed at any time by mutual agreement between the employee and the manager. These include reversing or moving to full-time agreements before the originally agreed date. „We are committed to continuing to work with staff as part of the enterprise agreement and we continue to hope for an agreed outcome in the future,“ the agency said. Nearly three-quarters of employees who voted on their bosses` offer to the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies said no to the proposed agreement. To determine the percentage of the contract rate to be paid to a worker under this agreement, the worker`s production capacity is assessed according to the system of remuneration assisted by a certified assessor who consulted the institute and the worker and, if the worker wishes, a union to which the worker can join. 11.8 Subject to the Institute`s work requirements, the Director may authorize a temporary division of duties by mutual agreement between a worker and a supervisor as a possibility of apprenticeship and continuing education for the employee. 33.7 For part-time workers, normal hours are the hours and days included in the worker`s part-time work agreement. 42.10 Part-time contracts may be audited at any time by the head of the school if the requirements of the company can significantly affect the viability of the agreement or if the worker requires it. 42.7 Ordinary hours included in part-time contracts must be within the range indicated at point 33.12.
65.6 The period during which the formal evaluation of the employee`s performance is agreed between the staff member and the manager or determined by the manager in the event of an agreement. The minimum time for formal measures is 4 weeks. (b) any payment of a given annual leave is a separate written agreement between the worker and the manager; 5.3 This agreement applies to the exclusion of the Australian price of the 2015 utility. This agreement works in conjunction with other Commonwealth laws, including: 69.8 If a clause in this agreement provides for a substantial change in production, program, organization, structure or technology in relation to the Institute`s enterprise, the requirements of clauses 69.2 (a), 69.3 and 69.5 do not apply. (a) made a final decision to make a substantial change in production, program, organization, structure or technology for their business, which is expected to have a significant impact on workers; or the main public sector union held AIATSIS leaders responsible for the rejection and said they had insisted on „removing critical consultations and representative rights“ from the agreement, but the Agency said it had conducted consultation forums in the agreement. 81.9 If the Director is satisfied that the worker does not have sufficient productive work for the remainder of the retention period and that there is no reasonable prospect of redeployment to the GSP, the Institute may, with the worker`s agreement, terminate the worker`s employment under Section 29 of the Public Service Act 1999. After the layoff, the worker receives a lump sum: Mr. Evans stated that agency executives offered employees a reduction in real wages with a wage offer of 3 per cent at the beginning, then 2 per cent and later 1 per cent through the three-year contract, because employees did not recognize that employees had to wait several years before the Agency made an offer.