Unitywater Certified Agreement

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b) Any payment of a given annual paid leave is subject to a separate agreement in accordance with point 22.9 above. NOTE: An example of the nature of the agreement required in Clause 22.8 is given in advance in Appendix G – Annual Leave Implementation Agreement. There is no need to use the chord form defined in Schedule G – Agreement to Take Annual Leave in Advance. (iii) that, where the employee requests at any time, the employer must pay the worker for overtime covered by the agreement, but which is not considered periods of leave, which is the overtime rate applicable to overtime for the work done; (a) Paid annual leave can only be paid on the basis of an agreement provided for in 22.9. (i) the employer must not exert undue or undue pressure on a worker when the worker enters into an agreement on counting instead of overtime. NOTE: An example of the type of agreement required in Clause 20.3 is the Agreement of Schedule F – for leave instead of overtime payment. There is no need to use the type of contract defined in the F calendar – the agreement for working time instead of overtime. An agreement within the meaning of point 20.3 may also be reached through an exchange of emails between the worker and the employer or by any other electronic means. For example, an agreement under paragraph 20.3 entitled a worker to 2 hours of free time for an additional 2 hours. (b) When a worker has an excessive delimitation of leave, the employer or worker may try to talk to the other and try to reach agreement on ways to reduce or eliminate excess leave. Registered contracts apply until they are terminated or replaced. The employer and the worker also agree that when the employee is asked at any time, the employer must pay the worker overtime covered by that agreement, but not as leave. Payment must be made at the overtime rate applicable to overtime at work and must be made during the next pay period as required.

5.4 An employer wishing to initiate contracting must: (j) A worker may apply for leave on a date specified in the application, in accordance with section 65 of the law, or then be agreed by the employer and the worker instead of being paid for overtime worked by the worker. If the employer accepts the application, clause 20.3 applies, including the requirement for separate written agreements under point 20.3 (b) for overtime worked. b) Any agreement on double annual leave at half the salary must be recorded in writing and kept in the form of an employee register. (m) Once a casual worker has been converted to full-time or part-time work, the worker can only return to casual employment with the written agreement of the employer. NOTE 1: Under section 344 of the Act, an employer cannot exert undue influence or undue pressure on a worker to make an agreement in accordance with point 22.9.

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