Estimates related Questions and Answers Written Questions No.213 to No.237 2011 Estimates
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ANSWERS TO ESTIMATES COMMITTEE-RELATED WRITTEN QUESTIONS 2011-12 Classification Leave cashed out T1 10 days T1 10 days T2 10 days T2 152 hours A 05 10 days A03 Insufficient leave available 27. There have been no requests to cash-out long service leave under the provisions of the agreement. 28. The CE has not directed any agency employees to take excess recreation leave under the provisions of the agreement. 29. The CE has not directed any agency employees to take long service leave under the provisions of the agreement. 30. As at 30 March 2011, 25 agency staff members were on workers compensation. Twenty-one staff members are currently at work and four are expected to return. Return dates depend on medical advice. By level the breakdown is: Classification Classification Description Number of Staff Expected to Return A01 Admin Officer 1 1 0 A02 Admin Officer 2 1 1 A0396 Admin Officer 3 96% 0 1 A04 Admin Officer 4 1 1 COMPO Compensation 1 0 P2 Professional 2 1 1 P3 Professional 3 1 1 PH3R Physical 3 - RDO 1 1 SAOl Senior Admin Officer 1 1 1 T1R Tech 1 - RDO 6 4 T2 Tech 2 1 1 T2R Tech 2 - RDO 3 2 T3 Tech 3 5 5 T4 Tech 4 1 1 T4R Tech 4 - RDO 1 1 Total 25 21 31. Workers compensation for the agency was recorded as per the table below: Geographic Location Classification Classification Desc Number of Staff Days Alice Springs Remote P1 Prof 1 1 194 T1R Tech 1 - RDO 1 194 Total 2 388
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