C.5.2 All assessments carried out on this schedule must be recorded in a SWS wage setting agreement and retained by the employer as a time and salary record in accordance with the law. (b) Any payment of a given annual paid leave must be subject to a separate agreement in accordance with point 17.2. The SWS Wage Assessment Agreement refers to the document as required by the Ministry of Social Services, which covers the worker`s production capacity and the rate of pay agreed in accordance with Clause 5: substitute meals can be used by appointment between the Director General and the majority of the workers concerned within the management or agency. This agreement provides for four dietary supplements on each 24-hour cycle. 4.5 The Director General must provide each worker with a copy of the agreement and keep the agreement in the form of a time book and salary. NOTE 1: Under Section 344 of the Fair Work Act, an employer cannot exert undue influence or undue pressure on a worker to make an agreement in accordance with point 17.2. (xix) The rate of pay is paid to the apprentice from the first full salary period beginning on the date of the agreement or after the date of the conclusion of an agreement or on a date set as part of the dispute settlement procedure. (vii) The regulation of normal working time is carried out by mutual agreement between the employer and the majority of workers in the company or in certain parts of the company concerned. This does not exclude the employer`s agreement with the various workers on how to organize their work schedules.
This agreement is established and registered in accordance with point 5 – ease provisions and/or clause 4 – flexibility of the subsidy. Issues that can be agreed upon include: (a) paid annual leave can only be paid on the basis of an agreement provided for in 17.2. (a) by the Director General or the worker who imposes a 13-week delay on the other party and who has denounced the other party in writing, as well as the agreement that is no longer in force at the end of the notice; or (vi) with respect to the classifications listed in Table 3 of Schedule A, between the employer and the majority of the workers concerned, a rolling table system may operate on the basis that the weekly average of 38 ordinary hours referred to in paragraph 8.3, point b) (ii) is permitted for more than 28 consecutive days, but no more than 12 months. This agreement is established and recorded in accordance with paragraph 5 – facilitation rules. (b) that the worker is generally better than the worker at the time of the agreement if no individual flexibility agreement had been reached. (i) start and end hours may vary between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, subject to 10 hours for individual workers and 12 hours for workstations, by mutual agreement between the Director General and the majority of the workers involved.