39.1 If an employee is required to work overtime monday to Friday (inclusive) more than one hour after the usual end time, or in the case of shiftworkers, (a) any risk to the health and safety of employees arising from overtime; 10.3 The SDPPWG will be composed of designated representatives from the HWU, the Victorian Hospitals` Industrial Association and the Department of Health and Social Services (as required). The SDPPWG may, if necessary, create sub-groups by mutual agreement or delegate individual issues to one or more relevant health services. (a) If an employee has announced the termination of the employment relationship or if an employee`s services have been terminated by an employer, the payment of all wages and other funds due to an employee shall be paid to the employee. The employee must provide all information requested by the employer regarding wage packaging agreements as soon as possible. (b) If an adult trainee has been an employee of the employer for a period of at least six months immediately before entering training, he shall not suffer a reduction in his basic salary at the time of conclusion of the training contract. (a) accumulated days of leave are considered individual days on the basis of a list (i.e., 1 ADO per 28-day cycle) as agreed between the employer and the employee; (i) take into account health and safety effects, including fatigue; (e) cooperation between the Parties to reduce the environmental impact of health services; 76.9 No Employer shall terminate the services of an Employee for the duration of a personal leave for the purpose of circumventing its obligations under this clause. 59.5 Normal weekly working hours are 38 or an average of 38 per week in two weeks or over a period of four weeks or by mutual agreement in a period of five weeks in the case of an employee who works ten hours in shifts, and are either processed: the department uses ICT technologies and know-how to create the technical basis for innovation and transformation of our service clinical services. The successful implementation of an ePR in an acute environment and the development of innovative ways to use the resulting data are decisive for this. The Department is instrumental in building a strong culture of using health informatics and using data to drive innovation. (e) The employer and an employee may agree to defer payment of annual leave expenses for a period of leave of one day until the worker takes at least five days of annual leave. h) Work together to ensure that Victoria`s public health system meets national standards for the safety and quality of health services. 11.1 The Employer recognizes the positive impact that job security has on workers and the provision of quality services to the Victorian community. c) The employer and the eligible employee may enter into an agreement on how paid parental leave will be paid under this Agreement.

For example, such leave may be paid at a lower level over a longer period, consecutively or simultaneously with a relevant Commonwealth Government parental leave scheme (subject to the requirements of the applicable legislation) and may include a voluntary contribution to the retirement pension. 63.6 The lists shall be determined by mutual agreement, subject to the provisions of the Agreement. 71.2 Any agreement on catch-up time will be made in writing and kept in the employee`s personal file. The employer will also provide a comfortable place that is not visible and free of intruders from employees and the public, which can be used by an employee to express breast milk or breastfeed a child in privacy. (ii) In addition to subsection 76.2(c) above, if employees do not take advantage of the one-day absences referred to in subsection 76.6(a)(i) for a period of five years, an additional 5 days – personal/nurse leave – will be added to the employee`s accrued entitlements. An intern working in the classifications covered by this Agreement will be hired in accordance with the following principles: (b) an individual flexibility agreement (see clause 5); (c) a written agreement between the parties; or (c) the needs of the place of work or business in which the employee is employed; (b) The provisions of this provision have the same effect and give an employee a right to annual leave equivalent to that to which he or she is entitled under the NES in respect of shiftworkers under section 87(1)(b)(ii) of the Act. Subject to any agreement between the parties to the dispute relating to a particular dispute or claim and the provisions of this clause, when dealing with a dispute or claim by arbitration or arbitration, the Commission will deal with the matter in accordance with sections 577 and 578 and paragraph B of Division 3 of Part 5-1 of the Act. 29.1 Trainee and apprentice positions are in addition to existing positions. No existing employee loses their jobs due to the introduction of interns. An employer does not waive the services of employees to appoint an intern before or after that appointment.

(d) This agreement must be in writing and signed by the parties. The eligible employee must propose a preferred payment arrangement at least four weeks before the child`s expected date of birth or placement. In the absence of an agreement, this leave shall be paid during the normal salary periods corresponding to the duration of the leave. (b) any payment of a certain amount of paid annual leave shall be the subject of a separate agreement. (a) the terms of this Company Agreement as amended by the Agreement; 56.1 Sunset arrangements are only used if the patient/resident combination is appropriate for the purpose (including occupational health and safety considerations). 10.2 In order to facilitate the implementation of the above initiatives, the Parties agree to establish a Service Delivery Partnership Plan (SDPPWG) Working Group within six months of the Approval of the Agreement by the Commission. .