FFPP

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AcronymDefinition
FFPPFédération Française des Psychologues et de Psychologie (French: French Federation of Psychologists and Psychology)
FFPPFédération Française des Ports de Plaisance (French: French Federation of Marinas)
FFPPFarm and Food Policy Project
FFPPFriends of Fleet Peeples Park (Winter Park, FL)
FFPPFirst Full Pay Period (Australia)
FFPPFédération Française de Psychothérapie et Psychanalyse (French: French Federation of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis)
FFPPFresh Food Pre-Pack
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Under the agreement all receive a 3.9% pay increase fully backdated to the first full pay period in January 2011, followed by a 3.5% increase from the first full pay period in January 2012 and 3% from the first full pay period in January 2013.
(7) New contribution elections are effective the first full pay period after they are filed.
Starting July 1, contribution elections will be processed under the new rules, which means that contribution elections will be processed the first full pay period after they are filed.
From the first full pay period commencing on or after: 1 April 2016 - CPD Allowance rolled into rate and an additional 3% 1 April 2017 3% 1 April 2018 3.25% 1 April 2019 Adjustments to rates as per Attachment 2 (4%-26% depending on Classification and experience - see agreement) Subsequent wage certainty 1 Dec 2020 3% 1 Dec 2021 3% 1 Dec 2022 3% State Expiry Date NSW 30.06.2019 ACT 30.06.2017 QLD 31.03.2018 NT 09.08.2017 09.08.2018 SA 01.09.2019 TAS 30.06.2018 WA 11.10.2018 VIC 31.03.2020
Nurses will be entitled to 10 weeks from the first full pay period on or after approval of the new agreement; 11 weeks from July 2011; 12 weeks from July 2012; 13 weeks from July 2013; and 14 weeks from July 2014.
Enterprise Agreement From the first full pay period
The first rise will be backpaid to the first full pay period in July 2010 and is being paid now.
Annual Wage Review decision [2016] FWCFB 3500 effective from the first full pay period on or after 1 July 2016
The increases and reductions in wages loadings and penalty rates under the phasing schedule commenced from the first full pay period on or after 1 July 2010.
* 3.85% increase from the first full pay period on or after 1 January 2011; 3.85% increase from the first full pay period on or after 1 January 2012; and allowances to be increased by the same percentages from the same dates.
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