5.1 The CEO or delegate and a staff member covered by this Agreement may agree to enter into an individual flexibility agreement in order to vary the impact of the terms of this Agreement if: title, scope and decision-making of the Agreement2. Title 3. Duration 4. Contracting Parties covered by the Agreement 5. Flexibility arrangements 6. Guidelines, directives and procedures in support of this Agreement 7. Delegation of powers under this Agreement 22.7. In rare cases, it may be necessary to order a part-time inmate to work overtime rather than obtain consent. In this case, overtime is paid for an hour and a half for all overtime work between 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. monday to Friday. Hours worked after 18:00 hours shall be paid in accordance with the provisions of clause 25. It is also possible to grant aid at the corresponding rate.
Section 185 – Application for Approval of a Single Enterprise Agreement 20.2.2 (a) Agreement [in writing] between the part-time employee and the employer; or 29.4.1 An employer and its employees may agree to replace another day with a date provided for in this clause. To this end, the agreement of the majority of the employees concerned constitutes an agreement. 9.1.4 Transmission includes transfer, transfer, assignment or succession, whether by agreement or by law, and has a corresponding meaning. 5.2 The CEO or delegate must ensure that the terms of the individual flexibility agreement are met: 6.1 Where an employer or worker wishes to conclude an agreement in the undertaking or workplace on how to vary the price so that the undertaking or workplace can operate more efficiently according to his or her particular needs, The following procedure applies: “In the context of the current crisis, employers must: Workers and their representatives work together to save businesses and jobs, and changes to company agreements play an important role,” said Innes Willox, CEO of Ai Group. 14.6 The rates of pay for this award include the arbitral adjustment of the safety net to be paid in accordance with the May 2004 Safety Net Review Decision [PR002004] and the June 2005 “Backstop Review – Wages” decision [PR002005]. Such arbitration adjustment of the safety net may be deducted from a corresponding amount from the rates of pay received by workers whose wages and conditions of employment are governed by this arbitral award and who exceed the rates of pay prescribed by the arbitral award. These bonuses include salaries that must be paid in accordance with certified agreements, ongoing company flexibility agreements, Australian company agreements, allocation changes for the implementation of company agreements and supplement agreements. . . .