Act 1973 Sample Clauses

Act 1973. An employee who is entitled to paid maternity leave under the Maternity Leave (Commonwealth Employees) Act 1973 is entitled to access an additional two weeks paid maternal leave immediately following paid maternity leave. These two weeks will count as service for all purposes. Both maternity leave and additional maternal leave may be taken at half pay over 28 weeks. Only the first 14 weeks of leave will count as service. Adoption and fostering leave The Secretary may approve leave in relation to the adoption of a child where: the child has not lived with the employee for more than six continuous months prior to the placement of the child with the employee; the child is not a child or step-child of the employee or the employee’s partner, unless the child has not been in the custody of the employee or the employee’s partner for a significant period of time; the employee is the primary caregiver for an adopted child; and the employee provides the Secretary with evidence of the adoption, including the date of placement with the employee. An employee who is in the process of adopting a child may take up to two days leave to attend any interviews or examinations required to obtain approval for the adoption. This leave may be taken as annual leave, purchased leave or flex leave (where available), or as miscellaneous leave without pay. The Secretary may approve leave in relation to the fostering of a child where: the child has not lived with the employee for more than six continuous months prior to the placement of the child with the employee; the child is not a child or step-child of the employee or the employee’s partner, unless the child has not been in the custody of the employee or the employee’s partner for a significant period of time; and the employee provides the Secretary with evidence of: the employee assuming long term responsibility for the child arising from the placement of the child in a permanent fostering arrangement; the date of placement of the child with the employee; and the employee being the primary caregiver for the child. Where an employee has at least 12 months service (as defined under the Maternity Leave (Commonwealth Employees) Act 1973), they are entitled to access 14 weeks paid leave under this clause G.13. This leave may be taken at half pay over 28 weeks only the first 14 weeks of leave will count as service. Leave taken under this provision must commence within the period commencing one week prior to the placement of the child wi...
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Act 1973. An eligible non-ongoing employee on maternity leave may access maternity leave arrangements until her contract of employment expires, or the maternity leave ceases, whichever occurs first. Periods of full paid leave during unpaid maternity leave will count as service for all purposes. Except in the case of periods of unpaid maternity leave in the first 12 weeks of leave, periods of unpaid maternity leave will not count as service for any purpose (leave credits will not accrue), but do not break the employee’s continuity of service. An eligible employee may spread the payment of up to 16 weeks maternity leave over a maximum of 32 weeks at a rate of half normal salary. Where an employee is not entitled to the maximum paid entitlement under the Maternity Leave Act the option for half pay will apply to the pro-rated entitlement. Periods taken at half pay will only count as service for the full time equivalent.
Act 1973. G12.2 An employee who is entitled to paid maternity leave under the Maternity Leave (Commonwealth Employees) Act 1973 is entitled to access an additional two weeks paid maternal leave immediately following paid maternity leave. These two weeks will count as service for all purposes.
Act 1973. Employees with less than 12 months' continuous service as per the Maternity Leave (Commonwealth Employees) Act 1973 can access two weeks paid and up to four weeks unpaid supporting partner leave. Supporting partner leave is available to the supporting partner around: the birth of the employee's or their partner's child; or the placement of an Adopted Child or Xxxxxx Child, and may be taken at either full or half pay. Unless otherwise approved by the CEO, supporting partner leave must be taken in blocks of at least two weeks, and must: in the case of the birth of the employee's or their partner's child – commence no earlier than six weeks before the expected date of confinement and no later than six months after the birth of the child; in the case of the placement of an Adopted Child or Xxxxxx Child – commence no earlier than the day on which the child is placed with the employee and no later than six months after that day. Where the employee elects to take their leave at half pay, only half of the period will count as service for all purposes.
Act 1973. NAIDOC National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee – responsible for increasing awareness in the wider community of Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander cultures NDIA National Disability Insurance Agency (also known as the Agency) Nearest capital city means:  where the employee is stationed in the Northern Territory - Adelaide; or  in any other case - the capital city of the State which is the closest in distance to the employee’s usual place of work NES National Employment Standards Non-ongoing APS employee an employee engaged for:  a specified term (paragraph 22(2)(b) of the PS Act)  the duration of a specified task (paragraph 22(2)(b) of the PS Act), or Ongoing APS employee a person engaged as an ongoing APS employee under Section 22(2) (a) of the PS Act Ordinary or usual hours the hours of duty you would normally work on that day under your work pattern Part-time employee an employee whose hours of duty are less than 150 hours in a four-week settlement period PS Act Public Service Act 1999 PSSap Public Sector Superannuation Accumulation Plan - the NDIA’s default superannuation fund for new employees who commenced after 1 July 2005 RLAA Remote Locality Assistance Allowance - an allowance payable to employees living in an NDIA designated locality Salary the relevant base rate of payment at Appendix A. It is used to calculate superannuation (subject to relevant superannuation scheme rules), overtime, payment of excess flextime, severance and termination, and excludes loadings and allowances. Neither participation in salary packaging arrangements nor purchased leave affect salary as defined Salary advancement the movement through the salary band within the salary range for a classification. These increases are counted as salary for the purposes of determining salary for superannuation purposes, in accordance with the relevant superannuation fund rules SES Senior Executive Service employee, as defined under Section 34 of the PS Act Substantive your permanent classification level Transferring employee any employee covered by this Agreement whose employment at the NDIA was previously covered by a transferable instrument or a copied State instrument under the FWA Work Pattern work hours that are fixed, either by agreement between you and the CEO, or in the absence of agreement 8:30am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm Appendix A Salaries, classifications, job streams and broadbands
Act 1973. NAIDOC National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee – responsible for increasing awareness in the wider community of Aboriginal and Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander cultures NDIA National Disability Insurance Agency (also known as the Agency)
Act 1973. Employees eligible for Maternity Leave with pay will also receive an additional 2 weeks paid leave to be taken immediately following the first 12 weeks of maternity leave.
Act 1973. (a) An employee who is entitled to Maternity Leave in accordance with the Maternity Leave (Commonwealth Employees) Act 1973 provision will be granted an additional two week’s paid leave to count as service immediately following the completion of paid maternity leave. Cl 28.1 GC of E Cl 28.2 GC of E Cl 28.3 1 GC of E Cl 8.13 EBA6 plus extra week
Act 1973. If the Staff member does so, the taking of the other paid leave does not break the continuity of the period of unpaid parental leave.