5.1 The CEO or delegate and a staff member who is covered by this agreement may agree to enter into an individual flexibility agreement to amend the effect of this agreement if: 2.1 This agreement is known as the Federal Court of Australia Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021. 5.2 The CEO or delegate ensures that: that the terms of the individual flexibility agreement apply: 2. Under this agreement, part-time workers are entitled to at least 3 hours in accordance with Article 6.4 (f) of the Public Service Enterprise Award 2015. Medical evidence is a medical test obtained during the absence of a publicly registered physician, health care provider or allied health care provider whose services to the health fund attract services that work in their area of expertise. A legal declaration may be made in cases where it is not possible for a worker to obtain a medical certificate. 20.2. Part-time periods of service are the periods of service agreed upon in their part-time contracts or in their terms of employment. Title, scope and decision-making2. Title 3.

Duration 4. Parties covered by Agreement 5. Flexibility agreements 6. Guidelines, guidelines and procedures in support of this Agreement 7. Delegation of powers under this agreement Section 185 – Request for approval of a single enterprise agreement 22.2. A full-time job may apply to work part-time for a specified period of time, subject to review and extension. Part-time contracts are reviewed after two years. Consultation and settlement of disputes61. Effective Communication and Consultation Committees 62 corporate advocaal and support roles 63.

Consultation on key amendments 64. Significant change 65. Switch to regular and normal working hours 66. Contract Dispute Settlement I, Warwick Soden, Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Court of Australia, gives the following commitments with respect to the Federal Court of the Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021 (“the agreement”),” the Fair Work Commission can also assist employers and workers negotiating with its New Approaches program. Learn more about the new approaches on the Fair Labour Commission website. 1.1. The Court of Justice provides services to clients who live in places far from their records. They generally offer the service by sending staff to these sites for periods ranging from one day to three weeks. These rules are called “circuits.” 23.4.

At the end of a billing period, judicial staff may accumulate a flexible hourly credit of up to four weeks (150 hours). Judicial representation staff may only hold a balance of more than four weeks with the consent of their supervisor. Employees may be required to use flexible hourly credits of up to four weeks in a block while their judge or registrar is on leave. The justice staff is a senior assistant to a judge, an employee, a lawyer, a lawyer, an assistant assistant, a scientific collaborator, a scientific collaborator, a team leader for judicial services. 31.1. The Court may authorize the payment of language assistance to a community worker if it considers that there is an identifiable and persistent need for language skills in a language other than English, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and AUSLAN languages or any other deaf communication ability, and where the worker possesses the required skills and provides client or staff services in the language. 45.1. The Court grants paid leave for activities such as emergency services participation, regular training, all emergency services, appropriate travel and recovery time, and ceremonial tasks.