Enterprise agreements are enterprise-level agreements that set minimum working conditions for a certain group of workers and an employer or employer. The minimum wages and conditions to which a worker is entitled are defined in bonuses (also known as modern rewards). Premiums do not apply when an employer has an enterprise agreement or other registered agreement and the employee departs from it. 9. Nothing in this statement affects or in any way affects the rights accrued on any form of leave, including sick leave, annual leave, service leave or parental leave, to which workers or any worker are entitled by compensation or any other means before the beginning of paragraph 10.10. This declaration is a notification to the Commission, which comes into force on 1 January 2005 and remains in force for a period of three months, and then in accordance with the law. [See note 3 below.] Note 11. The disability pension is the Commonwealth pension plan for persons with a disability under the Social Security Act 1991 (Cth), which is changed from time to time, or a successor to the plan.2. The intent of this provision is limited to preventing the application for protected workshops (i.e. assisted placement services) – it does not prevent the granting of authorization for disabled workers in open employment situations.3 The leave is reserved for each party to re-examine this issue in light of the evolving national process, which is currently examining labour relations issues for protected workshops. This national process includes the National Advisory Council for the Disability Industry and all related applications to provide insurance for protected workshops.
Note 21. The above exception is intended to maintain the status quo for employers who, at the time of the effect of the common declaration of rules, pay over-benefits to a corresponding superination fund. These employers will not be required to change their existing regulations. Nor will it be necessary for the existing provisions to be subject to an agreement between the employer and the workers. In order to avoid any doubt, the exception continues to apply to employers who comply with pension funds that are funds that will succeed it (as defined in Regulation 1.03 of the Superannuation Industry Regulation (Supervision) 1994 (Cth), or who are replaced by other legal provisions and who are transferred in the transfer of benefits after the effective date of the declaration of common regulation. , in accordance with the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 (Cth) and the regulations submitted to it.