Dept Agriculture Enterprise Agreement

ยท www.fwc.gov.au/document/agreement/AE424941 enterprise agreements are approved by decision of the Fair Work Commission (FWC) and published on the FWC website. The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Enterprise Agreement 2017-20 (the DAWR agreement) and the DEE agreement are available under The Uniform Resource Locator: Section 6 provides: that Part 2 of the instrument should not be applies more to a GSP staff member when an enterprise agreement (other than the Department of Environment and Energy Enterprise Agreement 2016-2019 (DEE Agreement) or the employment determination applies to the worker. (a) an enterprise agreement (excluding the DEE agreement) applies to the worker (for the purposes of the Fair Work Act 2009); or, to avoid any doubt, clauses 2.24 to 2.31 (resolution of contractual disputes) of the DEE agreement (biosecurity): subsection 8, paragraph 7, the historical columns of the veterinary content of the classification tables of the DAWR agreement are included in the DEE agreement. . Subsection 8 (10) provides that the rate of pay in effect under paragraph 8, paragraph 3, point b), if a provision in paragraph 24, paragraph 1 of the Public Service Act 1999 provides for a higher salary amount for a classification consistent with Schedule 1 of the DEE agreement, attacks the beginning of this provision. . . . Point 8, paragraph 1, provides that the DEE agreement (Biosecurity) designates the DEE agreement as it states in accordance with Section 8. . (b) the columns in The Table in Appendix 1 of the DEE Agreement (classification structure and rates of pay) relating to classification rates of pay have been removed and replaced by the rate of pay column for these classifications, under the title “2% increase – 30 November 2019” in Table 1 of the DEE compensation and allowance determination schedule; And you continue to be assigned to this point of classification and salary.

On February 1, 2020, GSP employees covered by the DAWR agreement will be transferred to the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Environment. This will be taken in accordance with Section 72 of the Act. (i) surveillance (before, border and post office) and response to plant pests and animal diseases through natural and regulated channels; (g) stakeholders and customer contact services and media;

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