Brisbane City Council Certified Agreement 2019

In the coming weeks, a copy of the final contract proposal will be disseminated and/or published on forGov`s website. On this date, further information will also be provided to explain the terms of the agreement, the voting process and the timetable. At present, the vote should take place at the end of March, beginning of April. The arbitration will take place on 15, 16 and 17 July 2019 before the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission. The replacement agreement will cover the same key issues as addressed in the current agreement, including rates of pay; classification structures; hours of work; leave plans; provisions on consultation of workers; and many other things. The Government will continue to approve the Agreement-in-Principle in accordance with standard procedures. Once this confirmation has been confirmed, the one-time payment will be made and further notifications will be made regarding the date of payment made. A replacement contract is negotiated centrally by representatives of the agency and representatives of your union. See the list of unions that are parties to the basic agreement. Further updates will be made available during the contracting process. At this stage, the dates of payments under the contract are not yet confirmed. However, the government is working to ensure that this happens quickly. If you have any questions regarding the agreement process, please contact your union or the appropriate IR/ER team at your agency.

The government and all parties will now work to develop a certified replacement agreement. Once this process is completed, further information will be published on the proposed agreement and all staff members who will be covered by the agreement will be put to the vote. On 3 October 2018, Together Queensland, Industrial Union of Employees, requested the assistance of the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) to reach an agreement on the negotiations for the Certified State Enterprise Agreement (the Basic Agreement). That is why the negotiations are now in conciliation. OIR attends conciliation conferences on behalf of the Government and will, where appropriate, request the participation of representatives of the Agency. As in our first mandate, the government negotiates in good faith to reach agreements that provide fair and equitable wages and conditions. For AWU members, it is important that you can have a say in your new agreement. On 17 January 2020, an agreement in principle was reached with all parties to the union negotiations. Voting on the draft government certified agreement on the state in 2019 is now open. Voting will close on Friday, 3 April 2020, at 5 p.m.

The State Government Entities Certified Agreement 2015 expires this year. This agreement contains the terms and conditions of employment for you and other employees employed by your agency. On 7 March 2019, a conciliation conference was held at which Together Queensland (TQ) asked Commissioner Thompson to return negotiations on the basic agreement to arbitration. Find out about the status of negotiations on the State Government Entities Certified Agreement replacement agreement. In the meantime, see a copy of the concordance heads (PDF, 288KB). Whether through allocation, ongoing negotiations, or a combination of the two, workers receive an increase of at least 2.5% on top of their current contract rates. In addition, together Queensland, Industrial Union of Employees, asked the Queensland Industrial Relations Board on 3 October 2018 to reach an agreement on negotiations on the central agreement. . .


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