14.9 If an agreement is reached between an agent and the university under this clause, benefits may be granted to the extent that the cost of awarding benefits and the reduced salary do not exceed the university if they make the salary available before the agreement on the packaging of wages is concluded. All schemes are implemented in accordance with applicable tax legislation. SCHEDULE 3: HEW LEVEL 10, VOLUME 3 AND VOLUME 4 LEGACY RATES 26. COMMON LEAVE PROVISIONS 27. ANNUAL HOLIDAYS 28. PERSONAL LEAVE 29. LONG SERVICE LEAVE 30. PARENTAL LEAVE 31. LEAVING DOMESTIC AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 32. LEAVE 33. RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL AND SOLEMN HOLIDAYS 34. STUDY AND GRADUATION LEAVE 35. SPECIAL LEAVE 36.
BOUGHT LEAVE 37. PAID HOLIDAYS 38 PUBLIC HOLIDAYS AND CONCESSION DAYS 14.10; Nothing in this agreement will prevent the full operation of the assisted payroll system, as documented in the Australian government`s Guidelines and Assessment Process. The system aims to promote the employment of people who, because of a disability, are unable to work at full pay. 14.1 Effective September 27, 2018, the university granted a 0.5% increase to all classifications covered by this agreement. 7. SETTING AND SELECTING8. Appointment instrument9. CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT10. TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT11. CONTINUATION (CONTINGENT FUNDED) NOMINATIONS 12. CASUAL EMPLOYMENT 13. CONDITIONAL SENTENCE 14.
SALARIES AND PAYMENTS15. SUPERANNUATION 16. Certificates. . 14.8 ; All eligible agents may choose to enter into a payroll agreement with the university to obtain a salary less than they are entitled to under Schedule 1, in exchange for a “benefit” of equivalent value. 14.4 Part-time workers are paid on a pro-rata basis on a reasonable wage for full-time workers. 14.6 Wages are paid fourteen days by direct electronic transfer to an account designated by the staff member of an Australian financial institution. 14.3 Minimum wages for full-time workers are included in Schedule 1. APPEAL PROCEDURE 50. DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURE 46. UNSATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE 47. MISCONDUCT AND GROSS MISCONDUCT 48.
MISBEHavior 44. MANAGING CHANGE IN THE WORKPLACE 45. REDUNDANCY, REDEPLOYMENT AND RETRENCHMENT SCHEDULE 6: EXTRACT FROM THE GUIDE TO MANAGING AND INVESTIGATING POTENTIAL BREACHES OF THE AUSALTRAL CODE FOR THE RESPONSIBLE OF RESEARCH, 2018 . 7. SETTING AND SELECTING8. Appointment instrument9. 39. PROGRESS 40. PERFORMANCE EVOLUTION AND REVISION 41. CAREER EVOLUTION 42. HIGHER DUTIES 43.
RANKING OF POSITIONS PURSUIT EMPLOYMENT10. TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT11. CONTINUATION (CONTINGENT FUNDED) NOMINATIONS 12. CASUAL EMPLOYMENT 13. PROBATION 1. TITLE 2. DEFINITION3. COVERAGE AND DURATION OF THIS AGREEMENT4. EFFECT OF THIS AGREEMENT5. RELATIONSHIPS WITH PRICES AND OTHER INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTS 6. INDIVIDUAL FLEXIBILITY 5. PRICE RELATIONSHIPS AND OTHER INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTS.
49. APPEAL PROCEDURE 50. DISPUTE RESOLUTION 14. SALARIES AND PAYMENTS15. SUPERANNUATION 16. ALLOWANCES 51. PROFESSIONAL STAFF IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE 52. UNION REPRESENTATION 53. TERMINATION OF THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP 54. TERMINATION OF THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP 55. DISMISSAL FOR INCAPACITY TO WORK 56. RESIGNATION 26.
COMMON LEAVE PROVISIONS 27. ANNUAL HOLIDAYS 28. PERSONAL HOLIDAYS 29. CALENDAR 5: MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR ACADEMIC LEVELS (MSALS) 1.