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 Sick LSL Miscellaneous Paid Miscellaneous Unpaid Total Staff ICS 1 1 P3 1 1 SA01 1 1 2 SA02 1 1 SP1 1 1 T3 2 2 T5 1 1 1 3 WILS 1 1 1 6 6 15 28 Note: Report can only be answered at point in time; that is, who was on extended leave on 30 March 2011. Leave awaiting approval or awaiting processing are not included in this report. Miscellaneous leave includes, but is not limited to, Maternity, Leave Without Pay, Sick Leave Without Pay, Secondment, Study Leave and extended absences consisting of multiple leave types. 33. Treasury are answering Commonwealth Super Liability on whole-of-government basis. The optimal age for retirement from the Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme (CSS) depends upon a number of factors such as: the amount a person contributes; a persons salary; a person's length of service; a person's choice of investment for their superannuation; and a persons age at retirement. Accordingly, the optimal age for retirement is an individual decision. The ages of those people and their position levels in the public service is shown below. Classification Age Count A03 56 1 A06 50 1 E01C 50 1 SA01 50 1 SA01 67 1 SP1 55 1 T3 63 1 T3 65 1 T4 51 1 T4 55 1 T5 51 1 T5 65 T5 70 1 T6 54 1 T6 66 1 Total 16 There are no nurses, teachers or police in the CSS in this department.
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