Bowling Centres Australia Pty Ltd Enterprise Agreement 2015
14.1 Unless the employer and the majority of workers agree otherwise, all wages are paid no later than Thursday of each week, as soon as possible after the end of normal working time. 9.4.6 The terms and conditions of this agreement or any amendment to this agreement are subject to written form and are retained by the employer. A copy of the agreement and any derogations from it are made available to the worker by the employer. By mutual agreement between the employer and the majority of the workers of the company or the part of the company concerned, an alternative day can be considered a public holiday instead of prescribed days. 14.3.2 the classification of the worker in accordance with the award or certification agreement; 11.1.5 (d) for trainees whose employment under an internship agreement or an approved internship is valid for a fixed period or limited, for other reasons, to the duration of the agreement; or 12.3.2 Increases made in accordance with the previous principles of the national wage case or the current declaration of principle, with the exception of those resulting from enterprise agreements, should not be used to compensate for arbitrary security adjustments. 10.1.4 The transfer includes transfer, transfer, transfer or estate, either by agreement or by application of the law and has conveyed a corresponding meaning. The Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers who are embarking on the “New Approaches” program. Learn more about the new approaches on the Fair Labour Commission website. 5.3 If an agreement is reached, a request is made to the Commission.
If a job has a registered contract, the premium does not apply. However: 9.3.8 (d) Under paragraph 9.3.6, if an employer refuses to choose to convert the reasons, the worker concerned must be fully discussed and discussed with him in a genuine attempt to reach an agreement. 14.3.12 If the award or the certified agreement provides that the employer makes excessive demands on the part of the employer in favour of the worker, I would like to finally congratulate the parties for achieving this result. I know it has been a difficult and time-consuming process, and I understand the financial difficulties of the industry, which means that it has not been easy to reach an agreement, particularly on the employers` side. But I think that on the last day it is better to find an agreement than to impose a solution, and I congratulate the parties for this result. 5.2 When an employer or worker in the company or in the workplace wishes to reach an agreement on how to vary the premium so that the company or workplace can work more efficiently according to its specific needs, the following process applies: 19.3.1 (c) the needs of the workplace or the company; 12.3.1 The rates of pay for this premium include the adjustment of the adjusted safety net payable in the June 2004 Safety Net Review – Wages decision [PR002005]. This adjustment of the safety net put in place can be compensated at an equivalent amount in the wage rates collected by employees whose wages and conditions of employment are governed by this bonus and which are higher than the wage rates prescribed by the premium. These premiums include salaries payable on the basis of certified agreements, current operational enterprise flexibility agreements, Australian enterprise agreements, bonus deviations for the application of enterprise agreements and over-price agreements.
Absorption contrary to the terms of an agreement is not necessary.