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University of Adelaide Enterprise Agreement 2010-2013
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All staff (other than casuals) are entitled to the following provisions. Part-time staff will accrue leave on a pro-rata basis.
4.1 Annual Leave
Entitlement to Annual Leave
4.1.1 If you are employed as full-time, you will be entitled to leave of absence with full pay at the rate of 20 working days per year.
4.1.2 If you are a weekend shift worker (as defined in clause 4.1.2 (a)), you will be entitled to an extra five (5) working days paid per year, or a pro rata increase if employed as a weekend shift worker for only part of the year.
a) In this clause a ‘weekend shift worker' is defined as a staff member who is rostered to work regularly on Saturday and/or Sunday for not less than 10 occasions on each separate day in a calendar year.
i. If you are not a weekend shift worker as defined but are required to work on occasions on Saturdays and/or Sundays outside your ordinary hours of duty, you may apply to your Executive Manager, through your Supervisor, for a proportional increase in annual leave;
4.1.3 The provisions of clause 4.1.2 will not apply to any staff member solely because they are on call at weekends or required to work overtime at weekends.
4.1.4 Accrual of Annual Leave
Annual leave will accrue progressively during a year of service, and will accumulate from year to year. If you are part-time you will accrue annual leave on a pro-rata basis.
If you suffer a personal illness or injury while you are on annual leave, you can have that annual leave re-credited provided that you have a medical certificate and your Personal Leave balance is in credit.
4.1.6 Annual Leave Loading
a) You will be entitled to payment of an annual leave loading of 17½% of four (4) weeks of your salary that will be capped at the Higher Education Officer Level 9 step 1 except where shift and penalty rates would be greater.
4.1.7 Management of Annual Leave
a) If you have accumulated more than 35 days (40 days for shift workers) annual leave, you will attempt to reach agreement with your supervisor on taking the leave in excess of 35 days (40 days for shift workers).