Wa State Awards And Agreements

Below is a list of active prices and agreements in the public sector. This is a list maintained by Public Sector Labour Relations. Although every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this site is up to date, the accuracy, timeliness and reliability of the information cannot be guaranteed. The Ministère declines all responsibility for any claim that may arise from any person acting on this information or refrain from doing so. Please visit the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission website for the most up-to-date list of current public sector prices and agreements in Western Australia. There are new pricing versions that will be released during 2020. Browse the list of industry and professional awards below to access the award you received. In March 2006, the Commonwealth Labour Relations (Choice of Work) (Amendment) Act 2005 began its work and changed which is covered by the remit of the Western Australian Industrial Relations Board. This coverage of the Commonwealth continued with the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and the awarding of modern awards. The Fair Work Commission has awarded a number of awards to increase flexibility during the coronavirus outbreak. The different prices include: For more information, see Price changes in 2020. Broadcasting, Recorded Entertainment and Cinemas Award [MA000091] Public Service and Government Officers CSA General Agreement 2019 Australian Government Industry Award 2016 [MA000153] Health Professionals and Support Services Award [MA000027].

Price for animal care and veterinary services [MA000118]. Each prize contains information about the people it covers. To find out what the award is, read: Miscellaneous Government Conditions and Allowances Award 1992 Electrical, Electronic and Communications Contracting Award [MA000025] Marine Tourism and Charter Vessels Award [MA000093] Looking for the Quarrying Award? On February 4, 2020, the Quarrying Award merged with the Cement and Lime Award en cement, Lime and Quarrying Award [MA000055] Documents define the conditions and employment rights that are mandatory for the employees mentioned in the award. The awards may be given to employers and workers who participate in the prize or to a greater number of employers and workers than these parties (common rule). . . .