They define things like minimum wages, overtime, penalty rates and allowances.If you work in state or local government in Queensland, the 9 Queensland Employment Standards provide your minimum conditions of employment.If you work in the private sector in Queensland, the National Employment Standards (the standards) set out In the public sector, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission is now working with employer and employee representatives to modernise 80-plus awards.There are more than 100 awards covering various private sector occupations and industries in Australia.
Inspector Mark Jackson was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal.Commissioner Stewart said all award recipients reflected the hard work and professionalism that the Queensland Police Service and Public Safety Business Agency upheld.“Each recipient should be very proud of their achievements today. 2. The foundations by these ancestors — our First Nations peoples — gives strength, inspiration and courage to current and future generations, both Indigenous and non-Indigenous. A further 11 clasps were presented ranging from 15 years to 30 years.Sergeant Mark Linwood, Sergeant Daniel Thomas, Senior Constable Matthew Glew, Senior Constable Marcelle Sannazzaro, Detective Senior Constable Peter Scott and former Detective Senior Constable Andrew Harris received the National Police Service Medal in acknowledgement of past and future commitment to protecting the community.Sergeant Linwood, Sergeant Thomas, Senior Constable Glew, Senior Constable Sannazzaro and Detective Senior Constable Scott also received the National Medal which recognises 15 years of diligent service by members of Australian police forces, defence forces and members of the ambulance and fire services.Former Assistant Commissioner Paul Stewart and Inspector Mark Laing received their Second Clasp to the National Medal.Deputy Commissioner Stephan Gollschewski was awarded the Queensland Police Exemplary Conduct Medal with Commonwealth Games Clasp for demonstrating exemplary conduct in a role which enhances the professional image of the service.The Commissioner’s Certificate (Operational) was awarded to Detective Senior Constable Melissa Atkin. An award is a legal document that sets out the terms and conditions of employment for a specific industry or job. If you work in the private sector in Queensland, the National Employment Standards (the standards) set out 10 minimum working standards for employees, including: 1. a 38 hour week (plus reasonable additional hours) 2. QUEENSLAND POLICE SERVICE EMPLOYEES AWARD - STATE 2016 Following the Declaration of the General Ruling in the 2018 State Wage Case (matter numbers B/201 8/12 and B/2018/17), the Queensland Police Service Employees Award – State 2016 is hereby reprinted, pursuant to s. 980 of the Industrial Relations Act 2016.
Minister for Police and Minister for Corrective Services the Honourable Mark Ryan MP and Commissioner Ian Stewart have congratulated officers and staff members from the Queensland Police Service and Public Safety Business Agency who received medals, certificates and awards at a ceremony held at Police Headquarters today.Minister Ryan awarded Commissioner Stewart with his Third Clasp to the National Medal and 45-Year Clasp to the Queensland Police Service Medal.“I am very fortunate today to be acknowledging Commissioner Stewart who is the first to receive the Third Clasp to the National Medal for recognition of 45 years of dedicated service to Queensland,” Minister Ryan said.Commissioner Stewart was the first to receive the 45-Year Clasp and also the first to receive the new style clasp.After today’s ceremony, all new clasps to the Queensland Police Service Medal will be of the new design that was awarded to Commissioner Stewart today.Today’s ceremony saw the Queensland Police Service Medal presented to two sworn officers and 15 staff members.The Queensland Police Service Medal is an award approved by the Commissioner of Police in recognition of diligent and ethical service by QPS employees after 10 years of full-time qualifying service.The following members received the Queensland Police Service Medal; Sergeant Kirstine Bambrick, Sergeant Kaz Doyle, Ms Yvonne Cavell, Mr Leo Chan, Mr Liam Cox, Mr Dave Garside, Mr Joshua Harber, Ms Sarah Hegerty, Ms Heather Jablonski, Mr Yuan Lee, Mr Angus MacCracken, Mr Terry McLaughlin, Ms Danielle Metcalf, Ms Ruth Nathan, Ms Hazel Osborne, Ms Denise Pickering and Mr David Stubbs.The Queensland Police Service Medal Clasp is awarded to officers and staff upon completion of an extra five years of service.
We will not give this information to third parties without your consent, unless required by law. Commissioner Stewart presented one 35-years of service clasp to Inspector Mark Laing.
“This ceremony acknowledges members of our Service who have displayed the highest standards of ethical and diligent service.” The Winners of the 2017 Awards for Excellence were: 2.