Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2012

The adoption of changing priorities is essential to creating a safe and flexible employment environment in the public service. The parties recognized the importance of ensuring that employees could be used reactively to support government priorities. The parties to the agreement committed to implementing changes in the operation and provision of services by the Victorian government by adopting the principles of “labour mobility.” The principles recognize that the services required by the community of a modern public service are not static; they are constantly changing. . . . This directive contains guidelines for Article 63 of the VPS Agreement, which states that a worker can apply for unpaid leave (LWOP) for any purpose and that the employer can make this request on a case-by-case basis. This directive contains guidelines for Article 21 of the VPS Agreement, which describes the process for managing misconduct or allegations of employee misconduct. This directive contains guidelines for clause 23.4 of the VPS agreement, which describes the process of revising the change in the size of the order, which may result in a change in the size of an order from one value range to another value range in the same VPS class.

This directive contains guidelines for item 41 of the VPS agreement, which defines a worker`s right (with the exception of a casual worker to paid annual leave). . This directive contains guidelines for Article 15.4 of the VPS Agreement, which defines the trial period and the management procedure for VPS personnel during their trial period. Internal policies apply only in the absence of a common policy on a given issue. Staff should contact their department or agency for any issues that are not covered by the general guidelines Vpsc.vic.gov.au. Intranets also provide information on procedures, forms and authorization delegations. This directive describes how workers can ask their employer for an initial review of an employment-related measure that directly affects them and that they feel they are incompatible with the Public Administration Act 2004 or with employment standards.