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Classification structures in agreements

The following clauses, as highlighted by research by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry into fourth quarter 1996 registered federal agreement, exemplifies a number of methods by which workplace parties are addressing classifications structures.

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The following clauses, as highlighted by research by the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry into fourth quarter 1996 registered federal agreement, exemplifies a number of methods by which workplace parties are addressing classifications structures.

The Incitec Limited - Pinkenba Works Agreement 1996 [Print N5881] contains a ‘four steam’ classification structure, encompassing the four main sections of the enterprise. The agreement details the skill requirements for each of the five salary levels within each section. Advancement through the classification structure is controlled by the Consultative Committee using predetermined standards which are not detailed in the agreement.

The Kraft Foods Limited - Part Melbourne Plant and Draft Distribution Centre Agreement 1996 [Print N5839] establishes three principal career streams for employees; production, stores, and cleaning/ services. To gain entry to a particular level an employee must demonstrate the relevant competencies associated with that level either by example, or by providing appropriate certification. The Agreement acknowledges that successful implementation of this new structure will rely on training.

 

The Love Starches (NSW) Workplace Development Agreement 1996 [Print N7508] contains a large number of detailed job descriptions, indicating the purpose of each job, its duties and responsibilities, skill requirements, and reporting relationships.

 

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