This area contains information about the following company negotiations Today, August 20, REBUILD wrote to the government and copied other unions/agents who are seeking an administrative salary increase. Formal negotiations for a new company agreement (called “Enterprise Bargaining”) began in February 2020. This agreement covers a number of employee groups, including health supplements, branch staff and printing staff. The South Australian Modern Public Sector Enterprise Agreement: Salaried 2017 (SAMPSEAS) was officially approved by the South Australian Employment Tribunal (SAET) on Wednesday 31 January 2018. This date will now be the official start of the new wage agreement, with the conditions set out in the agreement applying from 31 January 2018 and salary increases returning to October 2017. Here you will find a copy of the approved final company agreement. Psa intends to communicate with members throughout the year on the implementation of the terms of the new agreement, including the many improvements made by PSA members during this round of negotiations. Such an adjustment would recognize the efficiencies in the public sector that continue to be achieved by employees across government, employee participation in CoVid19 engagement across agencies, and employees` willingness to support changing work requirements as a result of CoVid19. In the form of complaints and dispute resolution and consultation clause, Rebuild sought draft proposals and all data in support of the government`s position – the number of disputes reported by saet by department where the current steps were not followed by the employer/union.
In order to negotiate effectively, government officials convened a Single Bargaining Centre (SBC), composed of representatives of employers and unions, workers and agents. At that meeting, the government discussed important items on its agenda. A critical point has been the government, which has sought to change the redeployment, retraining and dismissal (RRR) policy. The government is trying to remove the RRR from the EA and introduce it into politics, and seems to be trying to replace 12 months of redeployment with 3 months of case management. Rebuild looked for a number of data – the government also explained its intention to modify the consultation, define and reformulate meaningful changes to allow for a “clearer explanation of the change in the workplace”. Rebuild requested the draft proposal – Rebuild is looking to improve consultation. That DTF, as a declared employer, commits to urgently obtain the agreement of the firm to propose a one-year rollover agreement with a salary increase of 2.5% from the first salary period on October 1, 2020 or after October 1, 2020 Permanent employment – by all data on the number of interns/graduates per year of the current and previous agreement by department and number of other fixed-term contracts offered This SBC was marked by the announcement of the government`s negotiating agenda, which focused on downgrading the EA Annex rating on redeployment and dismissal and reducing consultation rules, as well as the changes to the status quo that were discussed. . .