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. On 3 October 2018, the Industrial Union of Employees requested assistance from the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) for the agreement on the negotiations of the contract negotiations of the public authorities (basic agreement). That is why the negotiations are now in conciliation. Oir is attending conciliation conferences on behalf of the government and will request, if necessary, the presence of representatives of the agencies. Certified agreements provide for negotiated terms of employment between an employer and the public sector unions concerned on behalf of workers. The government has just approved the agreement in principle for the basic agreement. The Palaszczuk government is currently negotiating a series of new collective agreements for the public sector with public sector unions. In addition to conciliation, negotiations are under way between several agencies and trade unions to review specific requests to the agency. 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 and all parties will now work on a replacement agreement. Once this process is complete, more information on the proposed agreement will be made public and all staff covered by the agreement will be put to a vote.
If you have any questions about the contracting process, please contact your union or your agency`s appropriate IR/ER team. 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. This page contains information about the agreement, the ballot paper and a list of your agency contacts. Voting will begin on March 24, 2020. 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. As in our first term, the government negotiates in good faith to reach agreements that provide fair and fair wages and conditions. In the coming weeks, a copy of the proposed final agreement will be released and/or published on ForGov`s website. On that date, additional information on the terms of the agreement, the electoral process and the timetable will also be provided. A vote is scheduled for the end of March, early April. We employ thousands of talented people and are united in our passion to do something for Queensland.
Our people help promote quality of life, economic well-being, environmental sustainability, interconnected communities and a safe transportation system for the Queenslander. Further updates will be made available as the contract process progresses. At that time, payment data resulting from the agreement were not confirmed. However, the government is working to ensure that this is done quickly. The Labour Relations Board will now meet with union negotiators to complete the development of the proposed replacement agreement. Commissioner Thompson accepted TQ`s application and issued the referral on the same day. The case is now assigned to a full bench and is listed in the instructions for the hearings. The Office of Labour Relations will administer arbitration on behalf of the government.
If you have any questions about the progress of arbitration, please contact your union or your agency`s IR/ER team. The Government remains committed to confirming an alternative agreement as soon as possible and, to that end, remains open to discussions with union negotiators on any issues that can be resolved outside of arbitration.