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BoysTown pay offer

18 March 2013
Since the last bulletin the ASU negotiating team met twice with BoysTown management. We are making good progress toward a number of our claims including some allowances, a casual conversion clause, training and health and wellbeing practices and the default super scheme. There remain some claims where the ASU and…
Negotiations for the TSF Social Enterprise Agreement 2013 continued on 15th February. During the meeting TSF management outlined issues they wished to address as follows (ASU response in red italics): Amend TSF Vision and Mission Statement. Agreed. Remove reference to awards. Agreement to clearer reference to underpinning awards: Social, Community, Home…
The ASU negotiating team met again with BoysTown and employee representatives on 01 February 2013. Despite some time lost due to the floods, we are still making progress towards a final agreement. However, while we have managed work through some of the claims, there remain some key issues such as…
Negotiations for the TSF Social Enterprise Agreement 2013 commenced on 1st February and at the meeting the ASU served the following Log of Claims: 5% wage increase per year. 2 year agreement. Roll over of all current agreement conditions. Inclusion of a table that translates the agreement classification structure to…
On 15 January 2013 the ASU bargaining team met with BoysTown management and employee representatives for the third round of EA negotiations. The ASU negotiating team and management have begun working through our log of claims. We are making some progress on our smaller claims, but our more substantive claims…
TSF staff would be aware that the TSF Social Enterprise Agreement 2010 expires on 31 January 2013 and management have sent a letter to staff to commence bargaining for the next agreement. Following preliminary discussions between the ASU and senior HR management in late December negotiations for the next agreement…
On 15 & 30 November ASU Reps joined other bargaining reps in the first meetings with management about a replacement agreement. The ASU bargaining team were: Warren Fridell (National), Jenny Sleba (C&SQ C&A) and delegates Michael Mohr and Terri-Ann Fisher. Management were represented by HR Manager Cara Benoit, Geoff Walshaw…
The search is on for outstanding contributors to the community sector with the launch of the HESTA Community Sector Awards — recognising the tireless efforts of people working to improve the lives of those in need. HESTA and the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) have joined forces to launch…
The NEAMI draft agreement has been issued by management and is subject to a ballot of staff from 4 October to 11 October 2012. The offer is for a 3 year agreement with 3% pay increase in July each year. All staff covered by the agreement will have the opportunity…
Legislative change must be considered to stop the widening gender pay gap, after it blew out further to 17.5% in the last 12 months, say unions. ACTU President Ged Kearney said Australian women now had to effectively fit an extra 64 work days into every financial year to be able…