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2008-2009

 

The Parliament of the

Commonwealth of Australia

 

THE SENATE

 

 

 

Fair Work Bill 2008

 

 

(1)     Clause 318, page 276 (line 12), omit paragraph (3)(d), substitute:

                     (d)  whether the transferable instrument would have a negative impact on the productivity of the new employer’s workplace;

                     (e)  whether the new employer would incur significant economic disadvantage as a result of the transferable instrument covering the new employer;

                      (f)  the degree of business synergy between the transferable instrument and any workplace instrument that already covers the new employer;

                     (g)  the public interest.

[transfer of business]

(2)     Clause 319, page 277 (line 34), omit paragraph (3)(d), substitute:

                     (d)  whether the transferable instrument would have a negative impact on the productivity of the new employer’s workplace;

                     (e)  whether the new employer would incur significant economic disadvantage as a result of the transferable instrument covering the new employer;

                      (f)  the degree of business synergy between the transferable instrument and any workplace instrument that already covers the new employer;

                     (g)  the public interest.

[transfer of business]

(3)     Clause 320, page 278 (line 23), at the end of subclause (2), add:

               ; or (c)  to enable the transferable instrument to operate in a way that is better aligned to the working arrangements of the new employer’s enterprise.

[transfer of business]

(4)     Clause 320, page 279 (line 14), omit paragraph (4)(d), substitute:

                     (d)  whether the transferable instrument, without the variation, would have a negative impact on the productivity of the new employer’s workplace;

                     (e)  whether the new employer would incur significant economic disadvantage as a result of the transferable instrument, without the variation;

                      (f)  the degree of business synergy between the transferable instrument, without the variation, and any workplace instrument that already covers the new employer;

                     (g)  the public interest.

[transfer of business]