Section 1: About this Agreement 1. Title 2. How this Agreement is organised 3. How certain words/phrases are defined 4. Who this Agreement covers 5. Some important rules about how the Agreement operates 6. Work model arrangements Section 2: Pay and benefits 7. Annual pay increases 8. Pay rates for new employees & employees who move job 9. Superannuation 10. Salary packaging Section 3: Working arrangements 11. Types of working arrangements 12. Moving between jobs 13. Casual work arrangements Section 4: Hours of Work and Scheduling 14. Ordinary hours of work 15. Scheduled work and shiftwork 16. Breaks 17. Preferred hours arrangements 18. Split Shifts 19. Additional hours 20. Work on a public holiday Section 5: Flexible work 21. Working flexibly 22. NES flexibility arrangements 23. Individual flexibility agreements 24. Group flexibility agreements Section 6: Consultation, dispute resolution and union matters 25 Consultation 26. Employee support, workplace delegates and union training 27. How disputes are resolved Section 7: Leave and public holiday entitlements 28. How Telstra calculates leave entitlements 29. Annual leave 30. Buying extra leave 31. Personal leave 32. Family and Domestic Violence Leave 33. Gender Affirmation leave 34. Bereavement/compassionate leave 35. Parental leave 36. Long service leave 37. Community Service leave 38. Public holidays 39. Telstra Additional Day Section 8: Redundancy 40. Some overarching principles 41. Voluntary redundancies 42. Individual redundancy 43. Group redundancy 44. Site function closure 45. What happens if Telstra decides your role is redundant? 46. Appeals 47. Transitional arrangements Section 9: Placement Period 48. Employment Security 49. Placement Period 50. Moving within the Telstra Group 51. Review Period Section 10: Retrenchment 52. Retrenchment Section 11: Log on arrangements 53. Field-based employees- travel to worksites 54. Start of day procedures- first job received on the day 55. Start of day procedures- f irst job received the night before 56. Where an employee lives outside their work area 57. Where an employee is required to travel to another work area 58. End of day procedures 59. Transfer to another work area 60. Return of motor vehicles Section 13: Allowances 61 All employees 62 Higher Duties Allowance 63 Workstream Employees Only Section 14: Miscellaneous provisions 64 Calculation of benefits under this Agreement 65 Exempt Employees 66 Telstra policies 67 Essential customer servicing 68 Excess Travel Time 69 Emergency work 70 Working in remote localities 71 Working at Sea 72 Recognition of prior learning Section 15: Dictionary 73 Dictionary Appendices Appendix A: Pay for Job Family Employees Appendix 8: Pay for Workstream Employees Appendix C: Workstream arrangements Appendix D: Extended Shift Arrangement Guidelines Appendix E: Guarantee of employee entitlements where the subsidiary is insolvent Appendix F: Fone Zone Transitional Arrangements
BALLOT VERSION as at 13 April 2022
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Telstra Corporation Limited
TELSTRA LIMITED ENTERPRISE AGREEMENT 2022-2024
COMMISSIONER MCKINNON SYDNEY, 6 JULY 2022
Application for approval of the Telstra Limited Enterprise Agreement 2022-2024.
 Telstra Corporation Limited has applied for approval of a single enterprise agreement known as the Telstra Limited Enterprise Agreement 2022-2024 (the Agreement).
 Written undertakings have been given in accordance with section 190 of the Act and are attached at Annexure A. I am satisfied that the undertakings are not likely to cause financial detriment to any employee covered by the Agreement and do not result in substantial changes to the Agreement. The undertakings are taken to be terms of the Agreement.
 With the undertakings now given, I am satisfied that each of the requirements of sections 186, 187, 188 and 190 of the Act, as are relevant to this application for approval, have been met.
 The Agreement is approved and will operate from 13 July 2022. The nominal expiry date of the Agreement is 30 September 2024.
 The Agreement covers the Communications, Electrical, Electronic, Energy, Information, Postal, Plumbing and Allied Services Union of Australia (CEPU), the CPSU, the Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) and the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia (APESMA).
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