Dreamworld Enterprise Agreement

Enterprise agreements are collective agreements between employers and workers on employment conditions. The Fair Labour Commission can provide information on the process of drafting enterprise agreements, evaluate and approve agreements. We can also deal with disputes over the terms of the agreements. If you searched and you can`t find an agreement: 39. Dreamworld expressed concern about the EEA`s reasons for requesting the information at issue and stated that “the main reason given by the AWU for submitting the RTI application was to use the process as a political lever in a business bargaining agreement.”52 Enterprise agreements may be tailored to the needs of some companies. An agreement should be overall better for an employee when compared to the corresponding bonuses or rewards. 1 Queensland Branch.2 www.worksafe.qld.gov.au/about-us/about-workplace-health-and-safety-queensland (named July 25, 2016) has identified WHSQ as the regulator of occupational health and safety legislation in Queensland.3 The operator of Dreamworld.4 Decision of July 31, 2015.5 Section 46 of the RTI Act. 6 See paragraph 10 below.7 After the audit began, a change of government transferred the functions of the Industrial Relations Office, including the WHSQ, from DJAG to Queensland Treasury (Treasury). That is why, during the audit, the Ministry of Finance is designated as the organization interviewed, as it is the agency that is currently responsible for the relevant documents. See administrative order (No. 3) 2015 (page 28) at www.qld.gov.au/about/how-government-works/government-responsibilities/ (called July 22, 2016).

8 In a telephone conversation between AWU and the OIC on January 4, 2016.9 Some of the information is duplicated on the 143 pages. For example, the text of a complaint originally e-mailed to WHSQ (page 1 of file 1) was copied into the whSQ internal claims files (pages 62 and 71 of file 1) and the activity logs (pages 12, 30-32, 48 and 59 of file 1). The AWU has not expressly agreed to exclude duplicates and therefore the information remains at issue. 10 To the extent that this information is contained in the outstanding documents, it has been edited. Because this information is not about external control, it is not addressed in this decision.11 Section 44 (1) of the RTI Act. 12 Section 47 (3) of the RTI Act. 13 Section 47 (2) (a) of the RTI Act. 14 Sections 47 (a) and 48 and schedule 3 of the RTI Act.15 Sections 47 (3)b) and 49 and schedule 4.