3 of 1989 (consolidated) – Q2146, Q2147, T2152 and T2167 – amending all private and public sector subsidies and agreements for general increase in rates of pay and allowances for the increase in all salaries, Wages and allowances of 6.7 per cent and the adjustment of principles to the decision of the full bank of the Conciliation and Arbitration Commission of Australia No. 1 of 1989 – T1524 and T1525 – on the general increase in wage rates and compensation in all bonuses and agreements and on the revision of wage-setting principles following a constructive negotiation phase have been agreed with the unions on a number of industrial agreements concluded in 2019 and 2020. If agreements are still negotiated, they are maintained by the competent authority with the support of the State Management Board. Order No. 1 of 1986 (consolidated) – T432 and T435 – Change in private sector prices – conversion of base salary and margin to total salary and modification of all public and private distinctions and agreements. 1 1995 (consolidated) – Q5264 – Price change – Change of 1.5% or USD 8 per week of nominated prices and agreements, based on the highest value, effective from the first full pay period that began on August 1, 1993 or after August 1, 1993; an additional $1.5% or $8 per week, depending on the effect of April 1, 1994 and April 1, 1994; 1% additional effective from 1 January 1995; And an additional 1% will apply from 1 October 1995 – application for approval – application has been granted – was awarded in varying ways – on 13 June 1995 the operational copies of these agreements are available here on the website tic. The following agreements have been concluded and are being developed in collaboration with trade unions to be registered in the near future by ICT: Order No. 1 of 2008 (Consolidated) – T13142 and T13143 – Wage Rates – State Wage Cases 2008 – Applications for Differentiated Allocation of Private and Public Organizations – Private Sector Awards – Public Sector Awards, Public Sector Awards, with the exception of designated rewards – premium rates that must be increased by $19.00 per week – Salary premiums that must be increased by 3.1% – Increase in the dining premium to $14.60 – The national minimum wage rate is set at $546.10 – s.35(b) – Operating Date ff August 1 08Revised Wage Fixing Principles We have received offers from the Hodgman government for the following Agreements: Rural Medical Practitioners (Public Sector) Agreement Teaching Service (Tasmanian Public Service) Principals Agreement Order No 1 of 2018 (PDF) , 131.5 KO)-T14556 (PDF, 525.0 KB) Pay rate – Tasmanian minimum wage rate at $694.90 – s47AB – variable sustained salary – operating date from ffppoa August 1, 2017 No. 1994 – T4958 – Awards variation – Public Sector Awards – Parties and Related Persons Clause – Name change from The Tasmanian Public Service Association to The State Public Services Federation Tasmania Order No.

2 of 1988 (Consolidated) – T1216 – 4% Second Tier adjustmentT574 and T614 – Parties and persons related, definitions and compensation clauses; abolition of repealed legislation; and the resulting deviations from compliance with the Tasmanian State Services Act 1984 Education Facility Attendant Salaries and Conditions of Employment Industrial Agreement No. 1 of 2012 – T13890 Award Variation – Insert The Tasmanian Minimum Wage into salary clauses when MASSA granted interest in 2000 – operational date of June 29, 2012 Order No. 1 of 1990 (Consolidated) – T2165 – new award – Legal Practitioners and Apprentice-At-Law . Tasmania Fire Service (TasFire Equipment) Industrial Agreement Order No. 2 of 1989 – TP1 – Determination of Award Interest gem -Section 63(10))c) of the Act Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources Engineers Industrial Agreement Order No.