Since there are more than 1800 employers in the Victorian public sector, there is no document containing information on every remuneration, salary bracket or employment benefit. These therefore vary according to the organisation of the public sector and the company agreement that covers their employees. The number of grades and the content of the notes vary depending on the public sector organization and their applicable company agreement. Although the specific benefits vary depending on the organization of the public sector in which you work and the respective company agreements, you can generally expect certain benefits. See staff benefits. However, there are various agreements that apply to a large part of the Victorian public sector. One of them is the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020. It contains information on grades, steps and other general conditions of employment for the services and agencies concerned. Based on an organization`s rating, a salary range is used. This range of remuneration reflects the level of skills and competencies required for the job.

The salaries that apply to a given role are listed in the current company agreement. As an example, the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020 (mentioned above) includes a Class 1 to 7 structure as well as detailed descriptors of each. You can read them in Appendix C of the agreement. This Directive provides guidance on the Victorian Government`s Victorian Directive on the Redeployment of the Public Service, which is included in the Public Sector Labour Relations Guidelines in 2015, which implements Clause 19 and Annex A of the VPS Agreement. The adoption of changing priorities is essential for the creation of a secure and flexible employment framework in the public service. The parties recognized the importance of ensuring that employees can be deployed in a reactive manner to support government priorities. The Common Guidelines facilitate the uniform interpretation of key provisions of the Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2016 („VPS“). They apply to employers and employees of VPS in all departments and agencies covered by the VPS agreement. Contact the Human Resources Department or the People and Culture Department (or equivalent) in your department or agency for more information on common policies. This directive contains guidelines for clause 63 of the VPS Agreement, which specifies that an employee may request leave without pay (LWOP) for any purpose and that the employer may grant it on a case-by-case basis. This Directive contains guidelines for clause 47 of the VPS Agreement, which describes the circumstances in which a staff member is allowed to be absent from the workplace due to unforeseen illness, injury or emergency, as well as the notification and supporting documents necessary to access that right.

. Employment scores are determined based on the work requirements and level of responsibility of the job. The assignment of an employment score takes into account elements such as the level of decision-making, communication, knowledge, management responsibility and skills necessary to perform the work.