City Of Yarra Enterprise Agreement

City of Yarra employees voted to adopt a rollover contract until July 21, 2021, with a salary increase of 1.25% or $25 per week, depending on the highest value, from the first pay period on September 1, 2020. Registered contracts are valid until they are terminated or replaced. Wyndham City Council will pay the 2.1 per cent increase in July 2020 as stipulated in the current enterprise agreement. Now that we have reached an agreement in principle, the Council is now preparing the deadline for access to the vote, on which you will soon know more, and if you are invited to vote, we recommend that workers vote `yes`. The ANMF (Vic Branch) continues to represent nurses for mothers and children, as well as vaccine nurses, in negotiations with a number of local government councils that are trying to freeze wages, delay negotiations on enterprise agreements or shake up agreements, citing the effects of COVID 19. The Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers who are embarking on the “New Approaches” program. Learn more about the new approaches on the Fair Labour Commission website. Casey City Council is aiming for a 12-month extension of the current agreement with a 1 percent pay increase. An enterprise agreement is put into circulation for a vote – unions recommend that members vote against the agreement. During these meetings, it is appropriate to discuss a 12-month rollover of your current business agreement and an increase in wages, as all parties felt that this was the best way to do this because of the ever-changing environment with the covid-19 pandemic. Wyndham City Council, which employs 40.3 EFT nurses, initially sought to put a wage freeze, but under pressure from unions, the council agreed to withdraw the proposal and will pay the 2.1 per cent increase in July 2020, as stipulated in the current business agreement. After successfully negotiating with several local employers to withdraw their proposals to freeze wage agreements, negotiations began with the Moira Shire Council and the Banyule City Council. If a job has a registered contract, the premium does not apply.

However, we can now confirm that we have agreed with the Council on a 12-month change and a salary increase of $25 or 1.25%, depending on what will be more widely distributed in the first pay period in September 2020. ANMF and other unions are considering proposing a rollover agreement from the Greater Shepparton City Council. After extensive negotiations, two failed EBA votes and a Fair Work Commission dispute against Hobsons Bay City Council, ANMF and other unions proposed an increase of at least $28 per week for a short-term enterprise agreement. ANMF and other unions agreed to postpone enterprise negotiations with the regional council for 12 months, but Ararat employees received 1.5% in the first pay period after 1 July. DATE: Tuesday, June 30: 7am VENUE: Clifton Hill Depot ANMF and other unions are also arguing with Melbourne City Council after the council rejected its union-accepted pay offer in March 2020.

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