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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 6 Hansard (24 June) . . Page.. 2571..


Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(i)-(iii) the details as reported by the Shared Service HR for the Department of Justice & Community Safety including ACT Courts, the Director of Public Prosecutions, Emergency Services Agency and the ACT Public Trustee are provided in the table below.

Year

Total Overtime Hours

Average Hours per Employee

Total Overtime Cost

Average Cost per Employee

2009 - 14 April 2010

74,653.3

48.1

$4,202,966.36

$2,708.10

2008-09

96,718.6

63.7

$5,161,180.76

$3,398.61

2007-08

94,389.8

69.1

$4,756,575.95

$3,481.04

(iv) There is no provision for "unpaid overtime"in the ACT Public Service.

(v) Flextime provides a framework for an employee's pattern of attendance at work to be varied according to the needs of the employee and the requirements of the work unit while maintaining an average of 36.75 hours per week. Individuals and managers are responsible for recording hours worked. Flextime balances are not centrally captured and recorded.

(vi) An employee may have a maximum flextime credit equal to the employee's normal weekly hours of duty, at the end of the settlement period. A settlement period will comprise two pay periods (i.e. four weeks).

(vii) For flextime arrangements to work effectively, managers and employees have a responsibility to manage hours of work to ensure that individuals are not building up excessive flex credits.

(viii) and (ix) This information is not separately recorded, and I am not prepared to authorise the use of the considerable resources that would be required to determine the figure.

Government-office leases

(Question No 807)

Mrs Dunne asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 24 March 2010 (redirected to the Minister for Land and Property Services):

In relation to office leases, for each agency within the Department of Justice and Community Safety, including ACT Courts and the Director of Public Prosecutions, (a) how much space is leased by each agency as at 28 February 2010, what (b) is the average space on a per employee basis, (c) are the costs per square metre, (d) are the common costs, that is, costs shared with other tenants, (e) is the make-good provision and (f) is the lease expiry date.

Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

ACT Property Group in the Department of Land and Property Services manages all leased accommodation on behalf of the Territory, therefore this question was redirected. Please find attached Whole of Government data.


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