Australia Post Fair Work Agreement

c) Regular hours of service are not made on average more than five visits per week on a cycle. (d) When a seven-day shift worker is employed less than 10 Sundays per year, the shift worker is not entitled to the extra week of paid annual leave, but is entitled to an additional 1/10 of a work week for each Sunday worked on Sunday. Workers must be classified at the level of work according to the applicable standards, provided that these standards exist, provided that the Australia Post, after consultation with the workers and their representatives, may, if necessary, ask the FWC to replace existing work level standards with a new classification structure for inclusion in the award. (a) A worker who performs a formal position between 6 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. receives an additional payment equal to 15% of his regular rate for the entire position. A worker receives a salary of 0.00180% of the normal rate per hour if he has to work: the CEPU wants to take this opportunity to thank all members and their local union representatives for the hard work they have done to succeed in this agreement after a long and fruitful campaign. (b) a worker must receive at least 10 consecutive hours off-duty, including travel time, after the end of overtime and regular services in one day/post, before being back on duty the next day. Any absence during the normal working time that occurs within 10 hours will be without loss of pay.

c) A part-time worker who meets the definition of a seven-day shift worker at point 34.2 (b) is not entitled to the extra week of paid annual leave, unless the worker works at least five positions per week or at least the average number of positions per week of a full-time equivalent worker. B.6.2 An apprentice has the right to be dismissed from work without loss of continuity of employment and to pay the corresponding wages to participate in training and evaluation that are indicated in the training contract or related to him. “This agreement will ensure that no jobs are removed from the delivery job range – which we fought for – to protect jobs and improve parcel delivery services for our communities. (d) A worker who works properly in a position between midnight on Friday and midnight on Saturday is paid at a rate of 150% of his normal rate. b) Technical group classification staff at point 23.1 of this bonus may work up to nine regular hours per day except on Saturdays. On Saturdays, the maximum regular service time is 10 hours. (a) Subject to clauses 30.5 (b) and 30.5 (c), the normal hours of service of full-time workers classified as mail delivery agents in accordance with item 23.1 of this premium are 36.75 hours per week, which are worked on Mondays 8 hours, Tuesdays and Thursdays and 7.75 hours on Fridays. The normal hours of work of workers in the administrative/professional classifications covered in point 23.1 of this premium and the hours of work defined in the technical classifications covered in point 23.1 of this bonus, with the exception of shift workers, are carried out from Monday to Friday: (ii) B is the working time of a full-time worker during the corresponding period. (a) Subject to Clause 31.1 (b), the Australia Post may require a worker to work appropriate overtime in accordance with the provision of that clause. “We are pleased to have this agreement with the union to ensure the safety of our employees while controlling the impact of COVID-19 on our business. Start with our document search and try to search for full-text chords.