A: Eligible organisations funded by the Australian Government receive a top-up in accordance with their grant agreement. In calculating the amount of top-up funding that an organization receives, the Government shall take into account the following: (k) The conversion takes effect from the beginning of the next compensation cycle following such an agreement, unless otherwise agreed. (b) if a worker is overdue, the employer or worker may endeavour to consult the other worker and to genuinely try to reach agreement on ways of reducing or eliminating the excessive provision for leave. (a) if an employer has actually attempted to reach an agreement with an employee in accordance with clause 31.6(b) but no agreement is reached (in particular because the worker refuses to grant), the employer may request in writing that the worker take one or more paid annual leave. When private funds are released, they can be spent in any way defined by the organization. If public funds are released, they can only be spent in accordance with the grant agreement. Note 1: Under section 344 of the Fair Work Act, an employer may not exert any undue influence or pressure on a worker to enter into or not enter into an agreement in accordance with clause 31.5. EXAMPLE: An agreement under clause 28.2 allows a worker who has worked 2 hours of overtime to benefit from a 2-hour leave. (b) Any agreement of twice as much half-salary annual leave must be recorded in writing and retained as a staff data set. A: Grant agreements made available to eligible organizations specify the need for organizations to complete a financial declaration, an unaudited financial payment or an audited financial payment to inform the government that the top-up has been spent to cover the cost of equality. Organizations should keep appropriate records that satisfy their auditors that funds have been spent as required. .