The Palaszczuk government is currently negotiating with public sector unions a series of new collective agreements for the public public sector. Negotiations for a replacement agreement for the State Government Certified Agreement 2015 (the basic agreement) between your agency representatives and your union are ongoing. See the list of unions that are parties to the basic agreement. Company agreements can be tailored to the needs of certain companies. An agreement must improve the overall situation of an employee in relation to the corresponding price or prices. This page contains information about the agreement, the ballot paper and a list of your contacts with the agency. Voting will open on 24 March 2020. Primary working and employment conditions for the majority of Queensland Health employees are imposed through bonuses and agreements. Start by going to our document search and trying to search for a full text for agreements. The following rewards and agreements apply to Queensland Health employees: the nominal expiry date of the basic agreement was 31 August 2018. However, negotiations on the basic agreement between the parties are continuing in good faith. All representatives are actively participating in the negotiations with a view to reaching an agreement in principle by 30 September 2018.

In accordance with the government`s wage policy, the salary anniversary date of the September 1, 2018 agreement will be maintained in this case. Find out about the status of negotiations on the State Government Entities Certified Agreement replacement agreement. In addition, on 3 October 2018, Together Queensland, Industrial Union of Employees, requested the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission to enter into an agreement to negotiate the basic agreement. That is why the negotiations are now in conciliation. As in our first mandate, the government negotiates in good faith to reach agreements that provide fair and equitable wages and conditions. Fair Work Commission publishes company agreements on this website. On 17 January 2020, an agreement in principle was reached with all trade union parties. 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. The Labour Relations Office will now meet with the parties to the union negotiations to finalize the development of the proposed certified replacement agreement. If you have searched and cannot reach an agreement, a replacement contract is negotiated centrally by the agency representatives and the representatives of your union. .

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