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Crown Employees Casino Control Authority - Casino Inspectors (Transferred from Department of Gaming and Racing) Award 2007
Page No.545
DescriptionVIRC - Variation by Industrial Relations Commission
Publication No.C7565
Award Code 210  
Date Posted05/26/2011

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Crown Employees Casino Control Authority - Casino Inspectors (Transferred from Department of Gaming and Racing) Award 2007




Application by Public Service Association and Professional Officers' Association Amalgamated Union of New South Wales, Industrial Organisation of Employees.


(No. IRC 220 of 2011)


Before The Honourable Mr Justice Staff

17 March 2010




1.        Insert in the Arrangement of the award, published 26 October 2007 (364 I.G. 97), the following new clause number and subject matter:


4A.  Leave for Matters Arising from Domestic Violence


2.        Insert in alphabetical order in clause 1, Definitions, the following new subclause:


"Domestic Violence" means domestic violence as defined in the Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007.


3.        Insert after clause 4, Leave, the following new clause:


4A  Leave for Matters Arising from Domestic Violence


(a)      The definition of domestic violence is found in clause 1, Definitions, of this award;


(b)      Leave entitlements provided for in clause 6, Family and Community Service Leave/Personal Carers leave, and sick leave provided for clause 4, Leave, may be used by staff members experiencing domestic violence;


(c)      Where the leave entitlements referred to in subclause 4A (b) are exhausted, the Chief Executive shall grant up to five days Special Leave, per calendar year, to be used for absences from the workplace to attend to matters arising from domestic violence situations;


(d)      The Chief Executive will need to be satisfied, on reasonable grounds, that domestic violence has occurred and may require proof presented in the form of an agreed document issued by the Police Force, a Court, a Doctor, a Domestic Violence Support Service or Lawyer;


(e)      Personal information concerning domestic violence will be kept confidential by the agency;


(f)       The Chief Executive, where appropriate, may facilitate flexible working arrangements subject to operational requirements, including changes to working times and changes to work location, telephone number and email address. 


4.        This variation shall take effect on and from 15 February 2011.










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