The conditions of employment at the UTS are determined by various laws, collective agreements, common law and university police, practice and statutes. Fair Work Act 2009s.185 – Application for approval of a company`s contract Archived collective agreements are listed below in alphabetical order according to the professional group code. The agreement is excluded not to penalize the individual worker with regard to his conditions of employment if: I refer to the university`s request for the approval of the aforementioned collective agreement. I would like to make the following promises: the industrial conditions of employment for UTS employees are defined under the following conditions: “Casual Student Employment Employment” is a separate category of professional workers. The work schedules of a casual student are subject to availability that is relevant to the requirements of the curriculum. Casual students receive an all-inclusive rate, according to Schedule 2, regardless of workdays. The minimum engagement time for an occasional student is one (1) hour. Unless otherwise stated, the minimum salaries of full-time staff will be as stated below: membership in the CCM should not exclude any staff member and does not exclude the increase in a certain staffing problem by the CCM. A staff member may, if necessary, attend a meeting of the CCM to discuss the issue. A staff member may request a contract with the university for the acquisition of 10 days (2 weeks) or 20 days (4 weeks) of additional leave over a 12-month period. Can`t find the archived collective agreement you`re looking for? Look for older versions of archived collective agreements. Posted workers are entitled to a 20-minute break if the university has decided to continue the position with the same tasks or duties and at the same level of classification, the incumbent is given additional employment in the position, provided that the incumbent has been employed in the position in a benefit selection process and has achieved satisfactory results.