Cultural and Ceremonial Leave. 61.1 An employee is entitled to up to five days unpaid cultural leave for cultural and ceremonial obligations each 12 months for the purposes of undertaking their cultural or ceremonial obligations for the community or group to which the employee belongs.
Cultural and Ceremonial Leave. (24) (a) The Employer may approve attendance during working hours by an education support class employee of Aboriginal or Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Islander descent at any Aboriginal community meetings, except the Annual General Meetings of Aboriginal community organisations at which the election of office bearers will occur.
Cultural and Ceremonial Leave. This is clause 41 in the current agreement. The clause has been simplified but there is no substantial change to the operation or the conditions/entitlements. NAIDOC Week Leave This is a new clause to support all employees to attend NAIDOC activities. The clause provides for employees to access up to three hours of time off in lieu of overtime (TOIL), flextime credits or other flexible work arrangement to attend NAIDOC week activities. Where employees do not have access to these arrangements a CEO may approve up to three hours of paid leave to facilitate the attendance at NAIDOC week activities.
Cultural and Ceremonial Leave. The parties to this agreement recognise and value the cultural diversity of all employees. Vision Australia will not unreasonably refuse a request from an employee to observe a day(s) of cultural, ceremonial and /or religious significance. Where attendance requires time away from work, employees may apply for any accrued leave to which they may be entitled and shall have reasonable access to time in lieu, or may take the days as unpaid leave.