Enterprise agreements are written agreements under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). They contain employment policy terms negotiated as part of the business bargaining process and apply to certain categories of workers. Registered contracts apply until they are terminated or replaced. 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. Negotiations on enterprise agreements within the NTPS take place between the Commissioner of Public Employment, NTPS agencies and employee representatives, usually trade unions. The following base rates are only the base salary, unless otherwise stated. With regard to full pay, benefits and other conditions of employment refer to the corresponding enterprise agreement or to the provision of the Commissioner for Public Employment. For more information on how enterprise agreements are negotiated, please visit the Fair Work Commission website: “The concern is that there is an opportunity to enter into contracts with an NTPS employee outside of their established EA agreements,” she wrote. It also wrote that it was not in a position to conclude that the rights to enterprise agreements were properly paid in the system. Crisp also reviewed a sample of 25 employees during the five-month review submitted to the NT government in June to determine whether their enterprise agreements had been complied with. If a job has a registered contract, the premium does not apply.
However: The following Enterprise Agreements apply to NTPS employees: Rates apply effective July 23, 2020 2018-2022 Territory Generation Enterprise Agreement PDF (808.5 KB) The report indicates that the quarterly superannuation cap is now applied automatically. The Auditor General also found evidence that one of the problems with super-payment since 2013 was known to “senior government officials” in two departments, but that it was not traded. It comes when the last snapshot of the NT public service shows that the sector has continued to grow beyond a ceiling set by a government that is trying to govern in a debt that is degenerating. However, in her report, Ms. Crisp wrote that she could not conclude that the problem was resolved – or that the method of calculating overpayments and underpayments was appropriate. “It is apparent from the number of errors identified in this audit that, since 2009, there has been no person/position in the Northern Territory government to ensure that the guaranteed amounts for annrance have been properly paid throughout the Northern Territory public sector, in accordance with the annrance rules,” she wrote. . The Auditor General found that some of the employees involved acted on atypical working conditions, which could mean that, in reality, they were not overpaid. PDF Correctors (2.3 MB)Senior prison officers (CPO`s and above) PDF (2.4 MB) Chief Minister Michael Gunner asked auditor-general Julie Crisp to audit public sector payroll systems after substantial errors in the calculation of superannuation payments were identified late last year.