35. Travel on
may be required to travel on official business as part of their normal duties.
The relevant departmental guidelines set out entitlements with respect to
meals, accommodation and incidental expenses.
care/family care expenses
an employee is required to work additional hours, to travel on official
business, at short notice, or is recalled to duty from leave, the Clerk may
approve the reimbursement of reasonable expenses incurred for the care of a
household family member (e.g. child or elderly parent) where:
employee is given less than 24 hours’ notice of the requirement to work, travel
or be recalled to duty; and
is no form of suitable unpaid care available to the employee; and
manager is informed immediately that the requirement to work or travel may give
rise to a claim under this clause, so that alternative work arrangements can be
37. Loss or
Clerk may approve reimbursement to an employee for loss or damage to clothing
or personal effects which occurs as a direct consequence of the performance of
his or her duties at work. Employees are to report any such loss or damage, as
soon as practicable after the occurrence, to their immediate supervisor.
38. Notice of
resignation, retirement and termination of employment by the department
possible, employees should provide written notice of resignation or retirement
to their program manager in accordance with the following periods:
Executive levels four weeks
APS 1/2 to 6
levels two weeks.
resignation may not take effect on a public holiday or closedown day.
the department terminates an employee’s employment, the department will provide
an employee with the minimum period of notice of termination required by the NES,
or will make a payment in lieu of some or all of the notice.
39. Payment on
an employee dies, or is presumed to have died, the Clerk will make a payment to
the employee’s personal legal representative of the amount to which the
employee would have been entitled on resignation or retirement.
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