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Just Jeans Group Retail Agreement 2009

Fair Work Commission publishes enterprise agreements on this website. This page contains a summary of the differences between the proposed agreement and the current Just Jeans Group Limited Retail Agreement 2009. Enterprise agreements can be tailored to the needs of certain companies. An agreement should be overall better for an employee when compared to the corresponding bonuses or rewards. Enterprise agreements are collective agreements between employers and workers on employment conditions. The Fair Labour Commission can provide information on the process of drafting enterprise agreements, evaluate and approve agreements. We can also deal with disputes over the terms of the agreements. If you have sought and cannot reach an agreement, the proposed agreement will result in progressive personal leave during the year. Under the current agreement, team members are credited with 10 days per anniversary year.

Start with our document search and try to search for full-text chords. The proposed agreement sets out how Just Group can manage excessive leave limits. Workers must have taken more than 8 weeks of leave and receive 8 weeks in advance, and the use of leave may not be less than or less than 6 weeks for workers. The information and instruments are available on the Commission`s website to support an agreement. Visit an agreement for more details. If an employee has exhausted all paid leave options, they can take up to 90 days of unpaid leave by appointment with Just Group. Under the current agreement, this has been referred to as “unpaid leave.” A 12-hour break between stopping a shift one day and starting a shift the next is required, or 10 hours by mutual agreement, instead of 10 hours under the current agreement. Changes in emergency framework The proposed agreement provides for a 30-60 minute meal break after 5 hours of work instead of 45 to 60 (30 by appointment). Following a successful case between the ACTU and the unions, including the SDA within the FWC, a new provision is inserted into the proposed agreement. Casual workers who have been on duty for more than 12 months may apply to be converted to a fixed rollover. If the end time of trading hours exceeds these hours, the end time for regular hours is 23 hours.

When a part-time worker is employed for the first time, a regular work model is agreed in writing. Currently, part-time work can work between 9 and 36 hours per week and between 36 and 128 hours per 4-week cycle. Under the proposed agreement, part-time work can be between 6 and less than 38 hours and between 24 hours and less than 152 hours over a four-week cycle. Under the current contract, the availability of unpaid leave did not explicitly require the exhaustion of all other vacation options. The annual leave charge of 17.5% or the weekend penalties imposed on a worker, depending on the highest time, is paid during a period of annual leave. The annual leave charge is also paid for each annual leave at the end of the year. The proposed agreement provides for up to two days of non-cumulative paid leave for permanent employees in the event of a yellow alert in the event of cyclones and floods and bushfires, which pose a danger to the property or create the need to care for children. Under the current agreement, natural disaster leave is not paid. Emergency leave was maintained as part of the proposed agreement.

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