The Labour Relations Board will now meet with union negotiators to complete the development of the proposed replacement agreement. Of those eligible to vote, 94.7% of diocesan school staff and 93.2% of staff in schools of the Religious Institute/Public Jurists voted in favour of these agreements. As a collaborator, you can choose to join your respective union as part of this negotiation process and get in touch with them. On 17 January 2020, an agreement in principle was reached with all parties to the trade union negotiations. The nominal expiration date of the basic agreement was August 31, 2018. However, negotiations on the basic agreement between the parties continue in good faith. All representatives are actively involved in negotiations to reach an agreement in principle by 30 September 2018. In accordance with the government`s wage policy, the anniversary of the salaries of September 1, 2018 will be maintained. Negotiations for a replacement contract for the 2015 agreement reviewed by the state (basic agreement) will continue between your agency`s representatives and your union.
The list of unions that are parties to the basic agreement is posted here. The government has just approved the agreement in principle for the basic agreement. Learn more about the status of negotiations on the state government`s certified agreement to replace the agreement. The Palaszczuk government is currently negotiating a series of new collective agreements for the public sector with public sector unions. Unfortunately, the European Union is not complying with the strong measures taken by this government to provide fairness to the public sector and is exploiting our non-disability policy by claiming both the 2.5% proposed in the negotiations and the 3.5% wage increase of the State. A replacement agreement is negotiated centrally by agency representatives and representatives of your union. The list of unions that are parties to the basic agreement is posted here. In addition, on 3 October 2018, the Industrial Union sought assistance from the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission in negotiating the basic agreement. As such, the negotiations are now in conciliation proceedings. Whether through allocation, ongoing negotiations or a combination of the two, workers benefit from an increase of at least 2.5% on top of their current rates.