When a worker has exhausted all personal leave entitlements, including accumulated leave entitlements, he or she is entitled to unpaid bereavement leave. The employer and the employee should agree on the duration of the unpaid leave. In the absence of an agreement, the employee is allowed to take up to 16 hours of unpaid leave. A worker may, in agreement with the employer, take unpaid bereavement. 28.6.1 The worker may start work later, without loss of wages, to ensure that he or she is paid a break of at least eight hours; or 18.2.2 Increases made in accordance with the previous principles of the national wage case or the current declaration of principle, with the exception of those resulting from enterprise agreements, should not be used to compensate for arbitrary security adjustments. 23.3.9 Any disagreement over the value of unitary and property objects and any other aspect of this clause can be determined by a reference council. If the agreement is approved, it will be submitted to the Fair Work Commission for formal approval. 22.3 If the payment is accepted in accordance with this clause, the employer keeps a daily record of the hours worked by a worker, indicating the date and times of the worker`s start and end of the day. Registration is recorded weekly by the worker and kept in the workplace for a period of at least six years. (d) for the purposes of this clause, an appropriate training qualification is: (i) from a set of national training courses covering occupations or work covered by this award or from a qualification from a set of company training covered in point c; and (ii) the Level III Australian Certificate of Qualification.

An apprentice in the school does not include a qualification that can normally be entered into by a training contract lasting three years or less (these qualifications would generally be covered by internship arrangements). 33.2.2 (d) (i) for an afternoon workstation, If possible at the employee`s normal start time or as soon as possible after the dismissal or apology of the jury, and all the duration of the work that a worker has, with the exception of casual service under clauses 34.1.1 to 34.1.6, is paid with a double and half share for hours worked with a minimum of four hours extra. In addition, workers who have worked on a mandatory public holiday may do this work by appointment at normal rates, plus an additional part-time this week, provided that the worker is allocated an equivalent paid time or a day instead of a public holiday during the week during which the leave is provided.