Vmo Agreement

Currently, most VMOs are employed by Queensland Health in accordance with the terms and conditions, Queensland Government Visiting Medical Officers 2011 (the 2011 VMO agreement). The 2011 VMO agreement is an agreement between the Queensland government and AMAQ. It regulates the employment of all VMOs employed by Queensland Health. This is not a distinction or agreement certified by the Queensland Industrial Relations Board. No external body had control over the 2011 VMO agreement. There are also other documents that set out the terms of employment of VMOs, such as: annual wage increases are predetermined over the duration of the 2011 VMO agreement and set out in the 2011 VMO agreement [www.health.qld.gov.au/vmo/docs/vmo_agreement.pdf]. Victim compensation plans are authorized in accordance with item 3.8 of the 2011 VMO agreement [www.health.qld.gov.au/vmo/docs/vmo_agreement.pdf] and the applicable policy www.health.qld.gov.au/medical/salary-sacrifice.asp In written agreement, the notice period may be shortened (point 23.4)). VMOs currently receive a basic hourly rate in accordance with Schedule 1 until the 2011 VMO agreement [www.health.qld.gov.au/vmo/docs/vmo_agreement.pdf]. A dispute cannot be referred to the QIRC, but may be referred in agreement between HHs and the VMO to a private mediator for conciliation. The parties may (but are not obligated) to agree that they are related to the outcome of the process. VMO may be required to work on other sites within the HHS after consultation (but no approval) (point 5). We understand that during off-peak hours, work is carried out by mutual agreement at other sites. As far as public patients are concerned, VMOs are currently compensated under the LHR I2 policy, but have limited coverage for private patients.

We assume that the directive will be amended so that when VMOs are invited by HHS to treat private patients through a private practice agreement, compensation rules apply. The base hours of a VMO can be increased if the VMO regularly works more than its normal base hours. This can be done in accordance with the SHH. We understand that when overtime is worked and paid at the single rate, hours worked are included as key hours for all leave requests. Can be paid on an edited basis (with application form for attendance and application for allowances (AVAC form) or on an annualized basis by appointment. HHS can change the rotational chart of a VMO after consultation (but not necessarily approval) by setting a three-month time frame (paragraph 15, paragraph 4). VMOs may be required to work overtime according to the warning signs of HHS (para. 15 (2)).

No amendments (paragraph 25), subject to any changes to the directive. If a VMO works for more than one HHS, the VMO has a contract with each HHS. COPC Inc. has extensive experience in auditing and improving third-party CX service contracts. Whether you`re negotiating a new contract, renegotiating an existing contract, or you`re in the middle of a current contract, we`ll ensure you get the highest level of service at a reasonable price. . 3 months notice or 3 months notice or 3 months` salary . . >1 year, but < 5 years of continuous service – 3 months of impregnation.

. Right to long-term leave under Directive 1/11 (replaced) www.psc.qld.gov.au/publications/directives/assets/2011-1-LSL-Directive_superseded.pdf .