23.4. Judicial staff may accumulate a maximum of four weeks (150 hours) of flexible working time credits at the end of a billing period. Legal aid staff may bear a salary of more than four weeks only with the agreement of their superior. Employees may be asked to use flexible scheduling credits of up to four weeks in a block, while their judge or registrar is on vacation. § 185 – Application for approval of a single company agreement Advice and dispute settlement61. Effective communication and advisory committees 62. Roles of representation and support to businesses 63. Consultation on significant amendments 64. Big change 65. Switch to the regular roster or normal working time 66. Settlement of contractual disputes 48.8. If there is a prior agreement between a staff member and the CEO or delegate, a cultural or religious day may be taken into account for the employee with salary and the time agreed with the manager without claiming payment of the additional obligation.
22.7. In rare cases, it may be necessary to order a part-time inmate to work overtime rather than obtain his or her consent. In this case, overtime is paid for an hour and a half for all overtime work between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. monday to Friday. Hours worked after 18:00 hours shall be paid in accordance with the provisions of clause 25. It is also possible to grant aid at the corresponding rate. 5.2 The CEO or delegate must ensure that the terms of the individual flexibility agreement: contract title, scope and decision-making2. Title 3.
Duration 4. The Contracting Parties covered by the Agreement (5) Flexibility Agreements 6. Guidelines, directives and procedures in support of this Agreement 7. Delegation of authority under this Agreement 21.1. Subject to operational requirements, attendance models are agreed by staff and their superiors within the usual range monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm. Employees do not work without agreement between the employee and his supervisor: 64.7. Where a provision of this Agreement provides for a substantial change in the production, program, organization, structure or technology relating to the employer`s business, the requirements set out in clauses 63.1(a) and 64.2 and 0 shall not apply. 4.1.
A staff member who is not satisfied with the measures referred to in clause 3, with the exception of clause 3.2 (e), may remedy the measures in accordance with the dispute resolution and dispute rules of the agreement and the relevant provisions of the Public Utilities Act 1999. 20.2. Periods of service for part-time elderly persons are those agreed in their part-time agreement or in their working conditions. 22.2. A full-time worker may apply to work part-time for a certain period, subject to review and extension. Part-time agreements are reviewed after two years. . . .