They must be scheduled to have 2 consecutive days of leave per week of pay or 3 consecutive days of leave during the two weeks of service (clause 3.6 (c) (ii)). However, you can accept a roster in which you do not have 2 consecutive days per week of pay or 3 consecutive days of leave per fourteen days. You can revoke this consent with a period of 4 weeks (paragraph 3.6). We also agreed on the principle of a new pension plan that maintains REST as a standard superfund, but offers choice to team members who wish to opt for an alternative fund. A part-time team member may agree in writing to Bunnings to work overtime at the normal hourly rate (with applicable penalties) (clause 3.8). This consent may be revoked in writing at any time. If a team member agrees to work overtime, they can choose whether the overtime should be paid or taken as leisure (TUL) (clause 3.10). A decision on how to pay for overtime (either payment or work) must be taken by a team member before one year of the EBA and the decision applies to the entire year of the EBA. Therefore, it is important that you choose the option you want because you are stuck for 12 months. You can change your decision for each EBA year before the EBA year. The case went to hearing in February, but both the Commission and the retail and fast food trade union raised concerns, including whether the deal complied with the better off combination test (BOOT). Bunnings said he would consider his options “as soon as there is more security in the current environment.” In the meantime, the President of the Bar would maintain his 2016 agreement, which has expired.
The Bunnings deal would have covered 37,000 workers. “This shows once again frustration with the bargaining process, but the SDA remains committed to providing a new deal for bunnings employees.” He said the company was already in its proposal for a three-year contract without permission and should have prepared to negotiate the next one in a year. Hungry Jack`s new deal was also revealed to be under threat this week, after the commissioner who approved it issued a statement three months later in which he said he should have rejected it. The company opposed it and placed a position of 2%, or if the CPI is higher, then an increase of up to 2.5%. As a result, the parties have not reached agreement on this issue. The hardware store this week withdrew its proposed new company agreement for 37,000 employees, after waiting nearly 12 months for the Fair Work Commission to decide whether to approve it. . . .