Although specific services vary depending on the public sector organization you work in and the enterprise agreements, you can generally expect some benefits. See staff benefits. However, there are various agreements that apply to large swathes of the Victorian public sector. One of them is the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020. It contains information on the ranks, pay categories and other general terms of employment applicable to the relevant departments and agencies. For example, the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020 (mentioned above) contains a grade 1 to 7 structure as well as detailed descriptors. You can read them in calendar C of the agreement. Since there are more than 1,800 employers in the entire Victorian public sector, there is not a single document that contains information on each level of employment, each wage sector or every job benefit. These will vary depending on the organization of the public sector and the enterprise agreement that covers their employees. The number of grades and the content of the grade scripters vary depending on the public sector organization and the current enterprise agreement. On the basis of the rank of a job, a salary band is applied.
This salary category reflects the level of skills and skills required for the job. Wages applicable to a given role are indicated in the relevant enterprise agreement. This directive contains guidelines for item 41 of the VPS agreement, which defines a worker`s right (with the exception of a casual worker to paid annual leave). . Market scores are determined on the basis of the work requirements and the level of responsibility of the transaction. The award of professional remuneration takes into account issues such as decision level, communication, knowledge, management functions and skills necessary to carry out the task. This directive contains guidelines relating to Article 56 of the VPS agreement, which sets out the circumstances under which a worker can benefit from leave and to charge the remuneration in order to facilitate his participation in the activities of the defence reserve. The directive also provides guidance on workers who may have access to more generous and received rights.
This directive describes how workers can ask their employer for an initial review of an employment-related measure that directly affects them and that they feel they are incompatible with the Public Administration Act 2004 or with employment standards. This directive provides guidance for the Victorian public service redeployment policy of the Victorian government, which is included in the public sector labour relations policy in 2015 and comes into force. In the event of a contradiction between the internal policy of a department or agency and the common policy, priority is given to the common policy.