What is “prohibited content” in workplace agreements under WorkChoices?

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What is “prohibited content” in workplace agreements under WorkChoices?

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A summary of what has been prescribed as prohibited content provisions in post-reform collective agreements or AWAs are as follows: • dealing with pay deductions and payroll facilities for trade union membership subscriptions; • trade union training leave; • renegotiation of a workplace agreement; • the involvement of industrial associations in the whole or part of a dispute settling procedure, unless is the representative of the employers or employees choice; • right of entry; • restrictions on the use of independent contractors and labour hire workers; • the forgoing of annual leave credited to an employee; • providing employee information unless is required by law; • directly or indirectly encourage or discourage freedom of association of an industrial association; • allowing a person bound by the agreement to engage in or organise industrial action; • A term that prohibits or restricts disclosure of details of the workplace agreement by a person bound by the agreement; • providing

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