Industrial Contract: ACT Public Sector Medical Practitioners Collective Agreement 2013 – 2017 Can be accessed by clicking on the ACT Health employment site. A new ACT Public Sector Medical Practitioners agreement is being negotiated. For more information, please contact AMA ACT at (02) 62705410 or ASMOF ACT 0400372261 It is always recommended to obtain as much detail as possible about your job before taking the job. Given that each state and territory currently operates under different systems of labour relations, it is likely that your service has been broken by the alternation between states. This means that your job is terminated in one state and a new employment contract starts in another state, which means you can start from scratch in terms of rights. The general exception to this rule is long-term leave, which, although governed by national legislation, recognizes other public sector services as uninterrupted continuity. However, in most areas, it is also important, with respect to long-term leave, to ensure that the break between the two states is minimal. A bonus/agreement is the basis of all wages and conditions for workers covered by the classifications it contains, i.e. the premium or agreement sets the minimum payments that a doctor receives in training. It is possible to negotiate payment terms or rates of pay, but if you rely on this negotiation before accepting an intergovernmental position, make sure the details have been provided in writing by your new employer. In the absence of a written agreement, the terms of award will probably be considered your right and nothing. Industrial contract: Victorian Public Health Sector (AMA Victoria) – Doctors in Training (Single Interest Employers) Enterprise Agreement 2013. As a general rule, it is important to become familiar with the industrial instrument (in most countries or agreements) that governs the conditions of employment.

This can be done by receiving a copy of the award and all related documents, and even by talking to some colleagues in the state in which you wish to work. Please note that in 1998, for registered nurses, individual agreements were certified for registered nurses with some differences between them. Only one representative sample is provided below. Labor Agreement: Department of Health Salaried Medical Officers Enterprise Agreement 2013 Employment for physicians in training in Australia will vary, sometimes significantly, between states and territories. Physicians-in-training are not employed by a Commonwealth employer such as the Department of Health and Ageing and often have to alternate between different employers in the state and territory as part of their training.