This Part applies to a member on continuous full-time service.
Note: This means members of the Permanent Forces, and members of the Reserves on continuous full-time service.
Note: In the total workforce model, a member on continuous full-time service may be described as a member in Service category 6 or 7. A member who is in Service category 3, 4 or 5 and Service option C is also on continuous full-time service.
This table defines terms used in this Part.
|Term||Definition in this Part|
|Long Service Leave Act
||Long Service Leave (Commonwealth Employees) Act 1976.
Note: This is relevant to recognition of prior service.
Long service leave credits are expressed in months and decimal parts of a month.
Example: 2.7 months
A month's leave may be a calendar month or may span two calendar months. A month is measured from the start date to the day before the same date in the next month. This rule applies no matter how many days there are in that month.
Examples: 15 July to 14 August (return to duty 15 August), 9 February to 8 March (return to duty 9 March)
When working out parts of a month, a month is taken to have 30 days.
Example: 0.7 of a month = 0.7 x 30 days = 21 days.
Leave may be granted in months and whole days.
For the purpose of payment instead of long service leave, a month's salary is one-twelfth of a year's salary. This rule applies no matter how many days there are in that month.
Application to Reservists: Yes, on continuous full-time service.