17.41 There are currently a number of family violence clauses that have been included in enterprise agreements across Australia or are being negotiated for inclusion. Agencies subject to the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act) are required to make information available to the public under the Information Program (IPS). This requirement is contained in Part II of the BFI Act and has replaced the current requirement to publish a statement in accordance with Section 8 in an annual report. AlRC`s Information Plan (IPP) is updated annually and provides details on the information contained in the ALRC and how it handles this information. It is published on the ALRC website at www.alrc.gov.au/ips-agency-plan. C2003/6892 p.99 Notification of litigation by MUA and Koolkanna Pty Limited (t/as Complete Security) to the MUA, according to which an agreement was drawn up by Complete Security and allegedly filed with the Commission, which neither the union nor the workers saw – Leary DP – 19 December [10 Ibid. s 202. In addition, specific requirements must be met for an IFA to be implemented, including a genuine agreement between the parties and for the worker to perform better overall in accordance with the IFA: Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) 203. 17.50 Despite these concerns, as noted above, many stakeholders felt that the inclusion of domestic violence clauses in enterprise agreements was a “positive step in protecting the safety and industrial rights of women who have suffered domestic violence, which has had a negative impact on their rights at work”. [48] C2003/519 s.99 Notification of litigation by the Tiwi Health Council and ALHMWU – Northern Territory Branch et al.

a request from THPL for a series of exceptions, Certified agreements – Leary DP – December 17 [1] “Enterprise Agreement” were introduced on January 1, 2010 under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). Previously, agreements under the Workplace Relations Act 1996 (Cth) were referred to as “certified agreements” (until March 27, 2006) and “collective agreements.” Proposition 17-3 The Fair Work Ombudsman should develop, in collaboration with the Australian Domestic and Family Clearing House, the Australian Council of Trade Unions and employers` organisations, a guide for negotiating domestic violence clauses in enterprise agreements. If a workplace is not covered by an enterprise agreement with a specific domestic violence clause, an IFA may be negotiated to seek temporary changes in work patterns, such as shorter or alternative work schedules, or the ability to work from home to care for children. [28] “illicit concepts” that cannot be included in an agreement or have no effect, such as discriminatory terms.B. [7] The Government supports enterprise negotiations on domestic violence clauses in Commonwealth Government Agency agreements. The Australian Government Management Framework (AGEBF) defines the Australian government`s policy in that it applies to Australian government employment agreements that comply with legal requirements.