(1) Section 51 of the Act, insofar as it provides that the rights of a worker from a public agency to leave are governed by Part 6 of Schedule 1 of the Long Service Leave Act, applies to the formal negotiation of a new enterprise agreement (known as “enterprise bargaining”), which began on December 17, 2019. This agreement covers a wide range of categories of workers, including: (e) persons who are employed by the Crown in a public service in accordance with a law and who are not entitled to long-term leave under this Act or under his terms of employment (with other persons appointed to the Office of Justice, a person who is entitled only to a fee , supplements or commissions or a person who is employed by a legal body, is paid). (c) public sector employees covered by the South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service Enterprise Agreement 2009 (or any enterprise agreement reached to replace this enterprise agreement); and (b) the right to leave may be converted, until 31 August, immediately after the budgetary year in which the law is created, into a public sector agency (or an office or department within a public sector agency) appointed by the Minister, in an amount determined by the member of the Commission, if an election to a public sector agency (or a body or department within a public sector agency) has Place. Which is appointed by the Minister in a manner determined by the Commission; and (a) the employee is employed in tasks classified in the South Australian Public Sector Parges Enterprise Agreement: Salaried 2014 (or an enterprise agreement entered into to replace this enterprise agreement); or (b) an employee of the Labour Authority under Section 101B of the Education Act 1972 (with the exception of a worker employed as an instructor or teacher of swimming and water paid every hour, as in a classification with the Teachers DECS Award or the SA School and Preschool Education Staff Enterprise Agreement 2012 (or an arbitration or enterprise agreement concluded in lieu of this arbitration award or enterprise agreement). . ( a) the amount of USD 180 (indicated) for each working day of qualifications and experience taken during a given year (decreased in proportion to part of a working day and part-time work), is set by these regulations; and the Office of the Public Sector Commissioner (OPS) is in negotiations as they represent the head of the Prime Minister`s department and cabinet, which is the “declared management” of all public sector employees. . (2 quater) For the purposes of subordination (2j), Part 7 of the Act is amended so that sections 45, paragraph 3 and 54, paragraph 3, do not apply to a worker mentioned in this subsection. (a) employees under Section 72 of the Act; And the following documents apply to agencies and workers who are covered by the following agencies: . (2n) Part 7 of the Act, amended by the Sub-Regulation (2o), applies to a staff member of a Regional Landscape Committee who is employed in accordance with Section 35 (4) of the Landscape South Australia Act 2019 on July 1, 2020 or after July 1, 2020 if the worker is employed in a task that, on July 1, 2020, , is classified under heading c) an amount to be paid under a choice referred to in paragraph (b) , the worker at a time and in a manner defined by the Commissioner for the purposes of this paragraph; and (2 bis) Part 7 of the Act applies to an employee of the CEO of TAFE SA under the TAFE SA Act 2012, who is employed on or after November 1, 2012.