Power And Water Corporation Enterprise Agreement

11 04 2021

The agreement adopted contains a number of conditions to protect the rights of members in the workplace. We fought successfully to maintain the conditions that were previously threatened; including, but not limited to: Note 1: Under section 344 of the Act, an employer may not exert undue influence or undue pressure on a worker to enter into or cannot enter into an agreement in accordance with point 18.11. Note: If any of the requirements of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) of the Act 2009 that is reflected in the requirements of this clause are not met, the agreement may be terminated either by the employee or by the employer, with a written termination of up to 28 days (see p. 145 of the law). (a) Under this clause, a compensation of $63.95 per week is paid to a worker who regularly works in large power plants and who generally works after a week or more in a large power plant (i.e. the development of more than 8000 kilowatts). Power and Water collectively refers to the three Crown corporations in the Northern Territory (as “Power and Water Corporation,” “Territory Generation” and “Jacana Energy”) in accordance with the following Northern Territory laws: (e) indicate that the agreement is in effect. Since September 2017, members of Professionals Australia and five other state unions have been involved in negotiations with Water Corporation (WC) in Western Australia on the new recruitment agreement. During the EBA process, union delegates held numerous meetings with staff at all levels of the Water Corporation, including meetings with management, to raise concerns about the agreement and maintain their terms of employment and ensure that they are protected for years to come. 4.6 Except as provided in 4.4 a), the contract must not require the agreement or agreement of anyone other than the employer and the individual worker. (a) Leave may be granted instead of overtime on the basis of one “hour per hour” with the worker`s agreement at the normal hourly rate;