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This report may be accessed below on the A J Bush website.

Employees and Employee Organisations with members in our workplace are advised of the opportunity to comment on the report to the employer, A J Bush & Sons Pty Ltd (rcross@ajbush.com.au) or to the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (reportforms@wgea.gov.au).

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Staff
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Directors & Senior Management 7 7 0% 100%
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Administration Staff 6 5 4 3 18 78% 22%
Trades Staff 5 78 22 105 5% 95%
Sales & Service
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3 2 46 27 78 63% 37%
Machinery Operators & Drivers 1 59 3 63 2% 98%
Labourers & Related Workers 1 10 11 0% 100%
Total 19 5 193 49 62 328 22% 78%

 

Requirement 2: Notification and access requirements

Notification and access requirements come into effect from the 2012-13 reporting period. A relevant employer must:
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As soon as reasonably practicable after lodging a report, a relevant employer must inform employees and any members or shareholders that the report has been lodged with the Agency and how the report may be accessed.
This notification to employees could occur through the employer’s normal means of communication with employees, including employee newsletters, workplace meetings and any other appropriate existing consultative means. The method used must ensure that the information concerning the relevant employer’s report is transmitted widely to all employees.
In the case of shareholders of a public company, given there may be more limited opportunities to communicate with them, this notification could occur, for example, in the next available annual report and on an employer’s website.

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As soon as reasonably practicable after lodging a report, a relevant employer must provide its employees and members or shareholders with access to the report (excluding personal information, details on remuneration and other information that may be specified by the Minister).
Employers could fulfil this requirement by ensuring employees are clearly provided with, for example, a link to a website or intranet where a copy of the report could be downloaded, or a hard copy of the report.

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Within seven days of lodging a report, a relevant employer must take all reasonable steps to inform each employee organisation, which has members who are employees of that employer, that its report has been lodged with the Agency.
This requirement does not mean an intensive effort is required by employers to identify all possible employee organisations. Rather, employers must notify employee organisations they could reasonably be expected to know about. This would include an employee organisation that was a party to an enterprise agreement or an employee organisation to which membership fees are paid by payroll deductions.

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When informing employees or employee organisations that have members in its workplace that a report has been lodged, a relevant employer must advise them that comments on the report may be given to the relevant employer or to the Agency.
There is no time restriction on when comments can be provided. However, comments provided to the relevant employer or the Agency, during the 28 days after a report has been submitted, will allow for those comments to be taken into account by the employer in providing additional information to the Agency, and by the Agency in requesting additional information to assist in assessing compliance with the WGE Act.

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