More information about the LSL Act 2018 can be found on Business Victoria`s website, including an online long-term service holiday calculator and a clear LSL guide. Most Victorian workers, including full-time, part-time, casual, seasonal and fixed-term workers, are entitled to Long Service Leave (LSL). The LSL Act 2018 sets out the minimum standards. Neighbourhood homes that are not placed in a neighbourhood collective agreement or are, if necessary, covered by the contract of their patronage/management organization are subject to the allocation system. The 2007 and 2008 Neighbourhood and Learning Centre Agreements continue to apply to any organization that has been signed with them until the organization signs a new agreement. This means that participants in 2007 or 2008 who did not sign the NHACE collective agreement in 2010 or 2016 remain bound by the previous agreement. All neighbourhood houses that have been circumvented by a neighbourhood collective agreement must meet the terms of this agreement. We are pleased to provide you with new pay scales for neighbourhood homes covered by multi-employer agreements between 2007 and 2018. The collective agreement of neighbourhood houses and popular universities for Community 2010 continues to apply to signatories who have not signed the 2016 or 2018 agreements. NHACE 2018 was approved by the Fair Work Commission and commissioned on May 15, 2019. For organizations that signed the 2018 agreement, it replaces a previous agreement or rewards.
The Portable Long Service Leave Scheme, introduced on July 1, 2019, ensures that workers can switch from one employer to another without losing their acquired rights, provided they are in the area of contract cleaning, security or utilities. Neighbourhood homes are covered by this mandatory scheme. The plan does not replace the existing leave provisions for long service, but is next to them. Read our fact sheet – July 2019 (pdf, 79KB) and visit the portable Long Service Leave Scheme for more information. National wages for 2019-2020 led to a 1.75% increase in the rate of increase, with a delay in the date of increase in certain premiums. Some agreements, including neighbourhood agreements, may have more generous provisions than the statutory minimum, but cannot be covered by the standards described in the legislation. Check the terms of your contract above. The salary is in accordance with the framework contract of Neighbourhood Houses – ACE Centres 2016. This position is full-time with a 6-month trial period. The salary will be in accordance with the NHACE collective agreement (SCHCADS PRICE). The current membership represents more than 90% of all Victorian neighbourhood houses.