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Victorian Government Schools Enterprise Agreement

Professional support at this level will provide a high level of knowledge and expertise that will increase accountability for the implementation of a program in schools. In general, this position will provide teachers with specialized advice and recommendations on student needs and will recommend support strategies that can be integrated into education programs through a school or school group. One characteristic that would distinguish this position from ES 4 is the expectation that the resident will give regular advice and recommendations on entire school programs and projects. i) No prior knowledge of how schools work is expected. However, it is necessary to become familiar with basic work processes, procedures and work organization, as well as a positive attitude towards work. 30.1 The employer may grant sabbatical leave to 80% of a worker`s salary, provided that the worker agrees to reduce his salary by 20% for the working time in question and the worker who enters into an agreement with the employer on the terms of the sabbatical. 7.3 The agreement must be concluded between an employer and an individual worker: the agreement was adopted with an overwhelming vote of 87.5% yes in the choice of the employee. AEU Victoria has agreed with the State Government on a new agreement on Victorian government schools (VGSA). (a) by the employer or employee who gives the other party 13 weeks` notice and the agreement that is no longer in effect at the end of the notice, or 7.2 The employer and the individual worker must have effectively entered into the agreement without constraint or coercion. An agreement under this clause can only be reached after the individual worker has started hiring with the employer. The government has pledged not to order contractors to use “bandwidth” to determine the number of employees who met progress standards, at least before the November 7 hearing. Bolt told headteachers that they were “not ordered to reach a quota,” but that the government had “published a guideline to ensure greater rigour in future performance evaluation.”