If the employer does not agree with the above assessment of the OTR and the dispute cannot be resolved by mutual agreement between the RTO, the employer and the apprentice, the matter may be referred to the competent learning authority of the state or territory for finding. If the case is not in a position to be dealt with by such an authority, it can be dealt with in accordance with paragraph 27 – dispute resolution. In order to avoid doubts, disputes relating to other provisions of this apprenticeship allocation can be dealt with in accordance with paragraph 27 – dispute resolution. C.6.2 All SWS wage agreements must be agreed and signed by the parties to the workers` and employers` assessments. If a union interested in the award is not involved in the evaluation, the assessment is referred to the union by the Fair Work Commission by certified mail and the agreement enters into force, unless an objection is communicated to the Fair Work Commission within ten working days. iv) For day workers who perform the tasks listed in Table 3 of Appendix A, the days on which regular working hours are worked may include Saturday and Sunday, subject to agreement between the employer and the majority of the workers involved. In this regard, it is also possible to reach an agreement between the employer and a single worker. This agreement is established and recorded in accordance with paragraph 5 – facilitation rules. (a) by the Director General or the worker who gives the other party 13 weeks` notice and the agreement that will no longer come into force at the end of the notice period, or (d) in detail how the agreement improves the overall worker with respect to the conditions of employment of each worker; and (g) an agreement must not lead to the worker`s remaining entitlement to paid annual leave less than four weeks. 4.2 The Director General and the individual worker must have effectively entered into the agreement without constraint or coercion. An agreement under this clause can only be reached after the individual worker registers a job with the management or agency.
(a) in writing, designate the parties to the agreement and be signed by the Director General and the worker and, if the worker is under the age of 18, the worker`s parent or legal guardian; D.6.1 An intern who completes an internship of school age may, with the intern`s consent, receive an additional 25% for all regular hours of work instead of paid annual leave, paid personal/person leave and absence paid on public holidays, provided that, if the trainee is working on a public holiday, the legal provisions of this bonus apply. (ii) the range may differ from the range in paragraph 8.2, paragraph (c) (i), within the 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. limits from Monday to Friday, in agreement between the employer and the majority of the workers involved, from a 10-hour range. When such a waiver is made, the other admission and year-end period is read in lieu of the time covered in paragraph 8.2 (c) (c) (c) detail how the application of each mandate was varied by agreement between the Director General and the worker; 4.6 Except under paragraph 4.4 (a), the agreement must not require the agreement or agreement of anyone other than the Director General and the individual worker. C.5.2 All assessments conducted on this schedule must be recorded in a SWS wage assessment agreement and retained by the employer as a time and salary record in accordance with the law. (a) Paid annual leave can only be paid on the basis of an agreement covered by point 17.2. Among the issues that can be agreed on are: 4.7 A Director General who wishes to reach an agreement must submit a written proposal to the worker.