Energex Awards And Agreements

There are over 100 industry and professional awards that cover most people who work in Australia. This means that many employees who are not covered by an agreement are most likely covered by a bonus. Queensland Health has seven major agreements that impose rates of pay and other terms and conditions of employment for employees (excluding senior and senior managers). Test your knowledge of rewards and agreements in our Workplace Basics Quiz. While the awards are presented by the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC), the agreements are negotiated by Queensland Health and Queensland Health staff representatives. After approval by the staff covered by the proposed agreement (through a voting procedure), the agreements are certified by the QIRC. Minimum working conditions may come from agreements, rewards or registered laws. Learn more about registered agreements, including where to find one and how to create one. Primary working and employment conditions for the majority of Queensland Health employees are imposed through bonuses and agreements.

The following rewards and agreements apply to Queensland Health employees: 10 iii. the measures proposed by the employer to avoid or mitigate the negative effects of the amendment on workers; and b. for consultation purposes, to provide the relevant workers and trade unions covered by this Agreement with the following information: i. all relevant information relating to the amendment, including the nature of the proposed amendment; and (ii) information on the expected impact of the change on staff; and iii. all other matters that may affect staff as a result of the amendment. (7) ENERGEX is not obliged to disclose confidential or economically sensitive information. 8. ENERGEX will promptly and seriously consider the issues raised by the workers and trade unions covered by this Agreement with regard to the proposed amendment. 9. Where a term in the undertaking agreement provides for a consultation process for the introduction of major changes to the production, programme, organisation, structure or technology concerning the employer`s undertaking, that consultation process shall apply.

10. In this clause, a substantial change may have a significant impact on workers if it results in: a. the termination of the workers` employment relationship; b. significant changes in the composition, operation or size of the employer`s staff or the skills required by workers; c. the elimination or reduction of employment opportunities (including promotional or employment opportunities); d. modification of working time; e. the need to retrain staff; f. the need to transfer personnel to another workplace; or. Β restructuring of jobs. 11.

In that term, the personnel concerned is the personnel who may be affected by the major change. 12. Consultation, in accordance with this clause, will continue throughout the process of implementing significant changes. This is the case with current major change initiatives. 2.3 Consultation Agreements The Parties recognize that consultation at the local level is the most effective means of resolving problems. A reasonable and effective relationship between all staff members and their designated representatives is considered desirable and sought by the parties. In order to support this process, different advisory mechanisms are put in place to ensure appropriate consultation and entry into all business change plans that take into account issues, procedures and guidelines that would affect staff. These include consultation and monitoring of the development of training packages, as well as implementation and access to training. ENERGEX is committed to consulting workers and their designated representatives, including trade unions, as a means of exchanging information through effective and proactive consultative forums. . .

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