10 6.3 The agreement will continue to exist after the nominal expiry date, in accordance with the provisions of the act. 6.4 Those covered by the agreement and their representatives will endeavour, six (6) months before the nominal expiry date of this agreement, to begin negotiations on a replacement agreement, provided that all of a party`s claims cannot be supported by trade union actions during this period. 7. Relations with previous industrial instruments and NES 7.1 This is a comprehensive agreement that applies to the exclusion of any allocation, determination of the workplace or any other arrangement that previously applied to workers covered by this agreement. However, obtaining this agreement does not affect the worker`s right to a benefit as it was created under such a previous industrial instrument. 7.2 A dispute or claim that will be considered at the time of the commissioning of this agreement, in accordance with paragraph 19 of the Victorian public health sector (health professionals, health services and allied services, managers and administrators) at the time of the commissioning of this agreement, may continue to be considered in accordance with Clause 19 of this enterprise agreement. 7.3 The purpose of this agreement is not to exclude a part of the NES or to grant a right detrimental to a worker`s right under the NES. To avoid any doubt, the NES has priority, because any aspect of this agreement would otherwise harm a worker. 8. Copy of the agreement The employer will make a copy of the agreement available to all employees, either physically or electronically.
9. No additional claim 9.1 This agreement is concluded in full and final agreement on all matters covered by the matters covered by the agreement and, for the duration of the agreement, no other claims are invoked or supported by the rights covered by the agreement. 9.2 Nothing in clause 9 should be inconsistent with the law or remove the possibility of damage to that agreement under Act 10. Combating Discrimination 10.1 Those who fall under this agreement, respect and value the diversity of the workforce and will help protect workers from unfair treatment and unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, family responsibility, pregnancy, religion, PARTY A PRELIMINARY 10 successful public sector business negotiations , conducted in accordance with federal industrial relations and in accordance with the 2009 Work Act. Negotiations in the Victorian public sector are also conducted within the parameters of the Victorian government`s industrial relations policy. While each Victorian public health service is a full-fledged employer, many groups of workers (for example. B Nurses and midwives or doctors) have negotiations on businesses across the country, with the support of the Victorian hospital industry with the relevant unions. 2 PART A: PRELIMINARY 1st title This contract will be known as Allied Health Professionals (Victorian Public Health Sector) Single Interest Enterprise Agreement PART A: PRELIMINARY 2 1. TITLE 2 2. ARRANGEMENT 2 3. INDEX 7 4.
DEFINITIONS 8 5. INCIDENCE AND COVERAGE 9 6. START AND OPERATING TIME 9 7. RELATIONS WITH PREVIOUS INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTS AND THE NES COPY OF AGREEMENT NO EXTRA CLAIMS ANTI-DISCRIMINATION TRANSFER OF BUSINESS INDIVIDUAL FLEXIBILITY SETTING 11 PART B CONSULTATION, DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND DISCIPLINES RESOLUTION PROCEDURE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT DISCIPLINE 20 PART C- TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT AND TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT , including all relevant information, including relevant information: details of the proposed amendment; The reasons for the proposed amendment the potential impact of the proposed amendment on the workers concerned