Working parents of pre-school children have the right to request flexible working conditions under National Employment Standards in the Fair Work Act that came into effect in 2010.
What does NES stand for?
NES stands for National Employment Standards (Australia)
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- NASA Explorer School
- Nascom Event Schedule
- Nashville Electric Service
- National Eczema Society (London, UK)
- National Education Strategy (various locations)
- National Education Summit
- National Educational Seminar
- National Educational Service
- National Election Studies
- National Encryption System
- National Energy Strategy
- National English School (Amman, Jordan)
- National Enterprise Systems
- National Enuresis Society
- National Environmental Significance (Australia)
- National Environmental Standards (New Zealand)
- National Environmental Strategies, Inc.
- National Evaluation Service
- National Evaluation Systems, Inc.
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] This is what business has been asking for: * the removal of penalty rates, minimum shifts and loadings from awards (retailers); * more flexibility to avoid National Employment Standards (Australian Mines and Metals Association); * the return of AWAs that can be imposed on workers and which can be used to put an end to collective bargaining (Australian Mines and Metals Association and Australia Industry Group); * an exemption for small business from unfair dismissal laws (Australian Mines and Metals Association and Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry).
NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS The FWA provides a safety net of enforceable minimum employment terms and conditions.
What type of relationships are covered in relation to accessing personal/carer's leave under the National Employment Standards, which apply to all private sector employees in Australia including aged care and private hospital nurses?
There is a safety net of National Employment Standards (NES), awards and minimum wages with a stronger independent workplace umpire.
Three tiers of job security The Federal Government has now set in place a system that provides a safety net and a mechanism for improving pay and conditions at three levels: * There is an improved safety net of 10 national employment standards that are enshrined in law and cover everyone under the national IR system.
Fair Work Divisions of the Federal Court and the Federal Magistrates Court will determine claims relating to breaches of the 'safety net' national employment standards, awards, agreements and workplace rights.
A strong safety net The new IR laws will be underpinned by a safety net comprised of 12 National Employment Standards and modern awards.