22.3.2 On an appointment between the employer and the worker, the annual leave can be taken at any time within two years of the due date and with a period of less than four weeks. Enterprise agreements are written agreements under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). They contain employment policy terms negotiated as part of the business bargaining process and apply to certain categories of workers. When an employer closes the business or part of it to grant annual leave to the majority or majority of workers in the company, sections or sections of the company concerned, the same conditions may apply to other workers in the company, section or group, including workers covered by the bonus. Without infringing the rights of employers and workers in point 23.4.1, an employer and an individual worker may agree that the worker takes another day as a public holiday instead of the day that is respected as a public holiday in the company or in a relevant section or section of the company. 25.6.6 A worker who wishes to adopt a child is entitled to unpaid leave to participate in mandatory interviews or examinations required as part of the adoption process. The worker and the employer should agree on the length of unpaid leave. If there is no agreement, the worker is entitled to two days of unpaid leave. If the worker has paid leave, the employer can ask the worker to take the leave.

Prior to March 1, 2002, APESMA, MPA and Accenture Australia Ltd will be consulted on the removal of this schedule and the registration of Accenture Australia Ltd to Schedule A. If there is no agreement before March 1, 2002, the matter is referred to the Australian Industrial Relations Commission for decision on the M-PA`s request to rule on a dispute against Accenture Australia Ltd or for the award of a sentence. This timetable B will remain in effect until the Commission clarifies it. The inclusion of this schedule B in the arbitration award does not affect the rights of any of the parties with respect to the minutes of M-PA`s claims or the present proceedings in general. 21.5.2 (iii) the needs of the workplace or business; Negotiations on enterprise agreements within the NTPS take place between the Commissioner of Public Employment, NTPS agencies and employee representatives, usually trade unions.