Registered agreements are valid until terminated or issued. A vote by all staff members on a new EA is expected to take place in September 2020. The fact that the company put the agreement to the vote without the negotiations having been concluded, especially on these two main subjects, is absolutely shameful. ASU is disappointed that members are now bound by a 4-year agreement that does not contain a robust dispute resolution clause or updated classification and compensation plan. The results of a survey of union members conducted in May 2020 show strong support from CSIRO staff for concluding negotiations and a vote by all employees on the current proposed Company Agreement (EA). If a job has a registered agreement, the bonus does not apply. However, with its New Approaches programme, the Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers negotiate businesses. Read more about The New Approaches on the Fair Work Commission website. In fact, TasNetworks should really be disappointed with the result.
At the beginning of negotiations, the company stated that it wanted an agreement approved by the majority of employees; They didn`t want the deal to go over the line. The results speak for themselves: only 56% of the vote voted in favour of the agreement. The Staff Committee`s negotiation analysis document records the status of all company agreement clauses during the negotiations and will be updated immediately after the negotiation meetings. Of the 61 percent of employees who participated in the survey, an overwhelming 97 percent voted “yes” to support the new deal. Watch a short video in which I thank members and salute the new EA. Save my name, email address and website in this browser the next time I comment. The company believes that the result of the vote was an excellent result. AsU disagrees! Non-members are encouraged to increase bargaining power for CSIRO employees by joining the Workers` Association. Email or call (03) 8620 6348 for more information about membership.
Representatives of the Staff Association will hold a number of online national assemblies to allow for a comprehensive analysis of the proposed EA content. All CSIRO staff members are cordially invited to participate. Contact an organizer, delegate or email [email protected] for more information. Of the more than five hundred Staff Association members who participated in the survey, 78 percent, or nearly four in five respondents, ordered union representatives to support the EA proposal. If you or any of your co-workers have any doubts about operating conditions, job losses, changes in working time, etc., please do not hesitate to contact ASU as soon as possible. Your email address will not be published. Mandatory fields are marked * Now is the time to organize together and stay stronger, please encourage your colleagues to join their union, ASU. I understand that TasNetworks entrusts the maintenance of the line to intergovernmental companies. Rosalie Woodruff MP | Tags: TasNetworks Results are available from the vote of all employees and CSIRO staff voted in favor of approving the proposed Company Agreement (EA). TasPorts` annual report finds that two requests for disclosure were received under the Right to Information Act 2009. Cassy O`Connor MP | Tags: TasPorts, right to information company agreement for all staff votes in September In addition, ASU is very concerned about management`s comments regarding the rapid formation of the advisory committee to discuss “changes in the way we work due to the Covid 19 crisis”. ASU intends to hold TasNetworks fully accountable for its consulting and industry responsibilities.
Formal negotiations have been completed and the proposed Corporate Agreement (EA) was recently definitively approved by the Australian Public Utilities Commission (APSC). . . .