Tafe Commission Of Nsw Enterprise Agreement

A number of bargaining issues were identified and addressed, including the level of salary increases, the duration of the proposed agreement, the terms of employment and the current experimentation with staff roles. Discussions focused mainly on scoping and then on the clarification of cases, with more detailed negotiations in subsequent rounds. If you are a member of the union, you will soon receive a ballot to vote on the proposed labour dispute. Of course, we all strive to minimize the impact on our students and industry partners. We ask you to support us in the coming weeks as we work hard behind the scenes to close the deal. The agreed salary increase of 2.5% will be paid on 23 February 2017. This involves retroactive payments from the first full payment period, after TAFE NSW has entered into an agreement with the NSW Teachers Federation, i.e. on 2 December 2016. If you have specific questions, I invite you to participate in forums held at your institute, visit the site or send an email EnterpriseBargaining2015@tafensw.edu.au TAFE NSW is required to negotiate in good faith until we have a company agreement that helps TAFE compete in a competitive professional training environment and continue to provide quality training. TAFE NSW is about to start negotiations for a new company agreement for TAFE NSW employees, which will be covered by the TAFE Commission of NSW Teachers and Related Employees Enterprise Agreement 2013. The current agreement expires on 30 June 2015.

Accordingly, I would like to point out that TAFE NSW is using with immediate effect the current negotiation process for a company agreement to replace the TAFE Commission of NSW Teachers and Related Employees Enterprise Agreement 2013. If you have any questions, you can contact your local personnel manager. On the Fair Work Commission`s website you will find very useful information on company agreements with www.fwc.gov.au/awards-and-agreements/agreements or you can also call its information line at 1300 799 675. A spokesman for TAFE NSW said it had been involved in „constructive negotiations“ with the NSW Teachers` Federation for a new company deal, after the previous one expired in February. I would like to thank everyone for asking questions and giving valuable feedback on the proposal. During this process, TAFE NSW achieved a number of key objectives that we have set ourselves for corporate negotiations: the edition of the NERR is an important step in the process of concluding a company agreement. In the event of irregularities in this process, the Fair Work Commission will not approve a company agreement, even if it has been approved by a majority of employees. That would mean an additional delay of several months — a result I want to avoid. A copy of the approved agreement is available here. Today, I participated in a teachers and related employees Enterprise Bargaining meeting with the AEU NSW Teachers` Federation and self-proclaimed representatives, the 14th meeting that took place since the agreement expired last July.

The starting point of the new negotiation process will be the agreement in principle with the AEU NSW Teacher Federation. We discussed a number of areas within the agreement in order to move forward and conclude it. I am confident that we can work with the unions to negotiate a positive outcome in the near future. All parties to the negotiations will meet again within four weeks and resume negotiations. TAFE NSW will continue to bargain in good faith with the union and the appointed representatives. Once the agreement is concluded, any negotiated salary increase will be paid from that date, after approval by the Fair Work Commission. The Australian Education Union NSW Teachers Federation and TAFE NSW began negotiations late last year for a new TAFE Commission of NSW Teachers and Related Employees Enterprise Agreement. Both sides have an interest in robust and swift corporate negotiations and joint engagement.. .

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