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Order No. 1 of 2009 - T13382 - award rescinded - operative 31 March 2009

Order No. 1 of 2008 (Consolidated) - T13142 and T13143 - Wage Rates – State Wage Case 2008 – applications to vary private and public sector awards – Private Sector Awards – Public Sector Awards, other than named awards - award wage rates to be increased by $19.00 per week - wage related allowances to be increased by 3.1% – meal allowance increased to $14.60 - State Minimum Wage rate determined at $546.10 - s.35(1)(b) – operative date ffpp 1 August 2008
Revised Wage Fixing Principles

Order No. 2 of 2007 (Consolidated) - T12940 - Wage Rates - State Wage Case 2007 - application amended - application to vary private and public sector awards - award wage rates to be increased by $22.70 per week - wage related allowances to be increased by 3.8% - meal allowance increased to $14.10 - State Minimum Wage rate determined at $527.10 - s.35(1)(b) - operative date ffpp 1 August 2007

Order No. 1 of 2007 (Consolidated)T12871 - Award variation - arbitrated safety net adjustments - application amended - all public sector awards - application approved - operative date ffpp 1 August 2006

Order No. 2 of 2001 - T9752 - Award interest - determination - interest granted - award varied - operative 20 December 2001 - forwarded to Acting Registrar to amend Certificate of Registration

Order No. 1 of 2001 - T8926 - Award variation - nominated public sector awards - part-time employees and annual increments - application granted - operative 1 March 2000

Order No. 1 of 1997 (Consolidated) - T6502, T6575, T6503, T6571, T6504, T6574, T6505, T6570, T6506, T6576, T6507, T6572, T6509, T6510, T6511, T6512, T6573, T6498, T6499, T6500 and T6501 - Award variation - nominated public sector awards - reword nominated awards consistent with other Public Sector awards - operative date 7 March 1996 - implementation of annualisation of recreation leave loading
Award variation - Tourism Tasmania Staff Award - Clause 5 - supersession and savings - operative date ffpp 16 June 1996
Rescission of nominated awards - operative date 7 March 1996

Order No. 1 of 1996 (Consolidated) - T6130 - Award variation - insertion of new subclause into Clause 8 (Salaries) - insertion of salary translation appendices - conditions of employment appendix - application granted - orders to issue operative ffpp 1 March 96

Order No. 1 of 1995 (Consolidated) - T5264 - Award variation - variation of nominated public sector awards and agreements by 1.5% or $8 per week, whichever is the greater, effective from the first full pay period commencing on or after 1 August 1993; a further 1.5% or $8 per week, whichever is the greater effective on and from 1 April 1994; a further 1% effective on and from 1 January 1995; and a further 1% effective on and from 1 October 1995 - consent matter - application granted - award varied - operative ffpp 13 June 1995

Order No. 1 of 1994 - T4958 - Award variation - Public Sector Awards - Parties and Persons Bound clause - name change from The Tasmanian Public Service Association to The State Public Services Federation Tasmania

Order No. 1 of 1991 (Consolidated) - T3214 - State Wage Case August 1991 - 2.5% increase - applications to vary public sector awards - granted

Order No. 1 of 1990 (Consolidated) - T2399 and T2508 - Structural Efficiency Principle

Order No. 4 of 1989 (Consolidated) - Correction Order - T2146, T2147, T2152 and T2167 - to vary all private and public sector awards and agreements to increase wage rates and allowances generally and to review the wage fixation principles

Order No. 3 of 1989 - T1804 - Parties and Persons Bound

Order No. 2 of 1989TP1 - determination of award interest pursuant to section 63(10)(c) of the Act

Order No. 1 of 1989 - T1524 and T1525 - $10.00 wage rate adjustment

Order No. 4 of 1988 (Consolidated) - T1524 and T1525 - to increase wage rates and allowances generally in all awards and agreements and to review the Wage Fixation Principles

Order No. 3 of 1988 (Consolidated) - T1216 - 4% second tier adjustment
T574, T580 and T614 - Parties and Persons Bound, Definitions and Salaries Clauses; deletion of repealed legislation; and consequent variations to conform with the Tasmanian State Service Act 1984

Order No. 2 of 1988 (Consolidated) - T1135 and T1136 - vary awards and agreements in line with the National Wage Case decision of 5 February 1988

Order No. 1 of 1988 - T880 - amend the terminology to accord with the State Service Act 1984, and to delete old and insert new classifications

Order No. 3 of 1987 - T833 - expense-related allowances

Order No. 2 of 1987 (Consolidated) - T712, T665 and T691 - variation of all public and private sector awards and agreements to increase all wages, salaries and allowances by 6.7 percent and to vary the Principles to conform with the decision of the Full Bench of the Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission

Order No. 1 of 1987 - T567 - calculation of maximum amount payable of Recreation Leave allowance

Order No. 2 of 1986T466 - suspension of 17½ percent recreation leave loading and deferral of the national wage increase, respectively

Order No. 1 of 1986 (Consolidated) - T432 and T435 - variation of Private Sector Awards - Conversion of Basic Wage and Margin to Total Wage and to vary all public and private sector awards and agreements respectively

Order No. 3 of 1985 (Consolidated) - T265 and T266 - vary salaries and allowances in nominated public and private sector awards in accordance with the National Wage Case decision of 4 November 1985

Order No. 2 of 1985 - T235 - Recreation Leave allowance

Order No. 1 of 1985 - T96 and T99 - vary salaries and allowances in nominated public and private sector awards in accordance with the National Wage Case decision of 3 April 1985