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Sa Modern Public Sector Enterprise Agreement Salaried 2017

This public meeting brought together most of the unions that participated in the agreement, including PSA. These meetings will take place every three weeks. Jenny Dunstan participated in this meeting as an employee and agent (on behalf of Rebuild) and will continue to do so. South Australian Modern Public Sector Sector Enterprise Agreement: Salaried 2017 (SAMPSEAS) Given the persistent impact of CoVid19 and the increasing important functions performed by all public sector employees, I would like DTF, as a registered employer, to commit to obtaining urgent permission from the firm so that all employees have fair and appropriate clearance from the first pay period, October 1, 2020 or after October 1, 2020. Offer administrative adaptation to all employees covered by SA Modern Public Sector Enterprise. Agreement: 2017. Formal negotiations for a new company agreement (called “Enterprise Bargaining”) began on 17 December 2019. This agreement covers a wide range of groups of workers, including: each employee must obtain a minimum result of the annual percentage obtained for other groups, for example.B. Nurses and teachers Given the state of emergency and the important functions performed by all public sector employees, Jenny Dunstan proposed, on behalf of Rebuild, the following proposal: Permanent employment – using all data on the number of trainees/graduates after the year of the current and previous agreement offered by department and number of new fixed-term contracts I would be ready to start formal negotiations on the flexibilities needed to try.

Ires with those I represent and to conduct discussions in the workplace with our group in order to ensure in a timely and safe manner the continuity of the companies` negotiating agenda. Rebuild has consistently challenged the employer in its agenda – first of all, with regard to questioning DTF statistics and the future directions of the public sector in the importance of training mental health workers. . . .