Wherever you work in our Public Sector you should have parity with the same pay and conditions across the public sector and with similar occupations on the mainland to attract and retain employees in a tight labour market.
Claim 20: TSSA Shift Provisions
Comprehensive and contemporary shift provisions be inserted in the Tasmanian State Service Award.
(Also see Claim 107 -Shift Work Provisions)
Claim 21: Time off in Lieu of Overtime
Claim 22:Higher Duties Allowance and More Responsible Duties Allowance
Claim 23: Workplace Flexibility Arrangements
That Award Workplace Flexibility Arrangement clauses be amended to make clear that a WFA has no effect until a copy has been provided to a union to be checked for no disadvantage.
Claim 24: Eligibility For Overtime and Recall
Claim 25: Home Garaging
That where it is efficient for an employee to travel directly from their home to work at a location other than their normal workplace that they be allowed to home garage a work vehicle and for the employer to meet any costs associated with this home garaging.
Claim 26: Mentoring/Precursor/Assessor Allowance
That employees required to support, train or supervise student placements or to train or assess colleagues be paid an hourly mentoring/precursor/assessor allowance.
Claim 27: Reclassification
Where an employee seeks a classification review of their duties and the review finds they are performing duties at a higher Band, they will be entitled to a Higher Duties Allowance for the period they have been performing duties at a higher Band.
Claim 28: Minimum Shift Lengths
That the minimum engagement for a casual employee be 4 hours.