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Dec 06

Department Of Agriculture And Water Resources Enterprise Agreement

· www.fwc.gov.au/document/agreement/AE424941 enterprise agreements are approved by decision of the Fair Work Commission (FWC) and published on the FWC website. The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources Enterprise Agreement 2017-20 (DAWR Agreement) and the DEE Agreement are available under the following article: Section 6 provides that Part 2 of the instrument does not apply more to a GSP employee when an enterprise agreement (with the exception of the 2016-2019 Enterprise Agreement (DEE Agreement) or the Employment Agreement applies to the worker. Section 3 provides that the instrument is manufactured in accordance with paragraph 24, paragraph 3 of the Public Service Act 1999. Issued by the authority of the Minister of Public Service. . – Point 8, paragraph 7, has the effect of omitting the historical salary columns for veterinarians from the DAWR classification tables included in the DEE agreement. . · A reference to a public holiday is a reference to a public holiday within the meaning of national employment standards. · A reference to an employee is a reference to an employee of the Biosecurity Operations division; Point 8, paragraph 3, provides that the provisions of the DEE agreement relating to the standard working day and the fork are removed and replaced by provisions in accordance with the DAWR agreement. Section 5 provides that the instrument applies to an Australian Public Service Officer (GSP) who is in the Biosecurity Operations Department (as defined in Section 4) and is not a member of ses staff. It also provides that it does not apply to the classified information of GSP meat inspectors.

Public Service (conditions of employment) (biosecurity and veterinarians) provision 2020 . . . . . . . . . . . .

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. . . . . . . The legislation requires that the Minister consider it desirable to set the terms and conditions of employment for GSP workers because of exceptional circumstances. The current agreement of the Ministry of Environment and Energy Companies 2016-2019 does not provide coverage for doctors or biosecurity and veterinary functions. Maintaining specific employment conditions is necessary to ensure that these staff continue to enjoy appropriate employment conditions, necessary to ensure the 24-hour operation of biosecurity and veterinary functions, which require rapid mobilization to protect Australia from pests and diseases that may affect the economy and the environment.