Ieu Nsw Enterprise Agreement

This agreement and the workload agreements for each diocese are now available on the EUI website here. Below you will find the EUI law for new multi-company agreements that will start in 2021. AIS launches negotiations The Association of Pro-independence Schools has informed the union that it is ready to negotiate a new company agreement for NSW teachers and support and company staff. Position for the negotiating letter Letter to representatives and members of EU Secretary General John Quessy NewsExtra August: EU does not recommend vote for AIS After months of negotiations, the EUI failed to agree with the Association of Independent Schools (AIS) on the terms of the new multi-company agreements (MEAS) that will apply in NSW and ACT independent schools. The Union met with most dioceses in December and January. The NSW Teachers Federation has agreed with the NSW government on a new three-year salary contract and other improvements to the terms. The IEU will endeavour to conclude agreements with the CCER and the dioceses at the beginning of the first period, both on wage demands and on conditional rights. The union aims to improve pay rates in independent schools carol Matthews, assistant secretary of the IEU, says the union announced today (31 July) to the Association of Independent Schools (AIS), which represents about 200 independent schools, that the rates proposed in the multi-company agreements were too low. Read the whole story here. Members will recall the current Company Agreement (EA) for teachers and auxiliary staff at NSW and ACT Catholic Systemic Schools, which expired at the end of 2016. The NSW government has agreed to a 2.5% pay rise from January 2017, 2018 and 2019 for public school teachers, and there is also an agreement in the public schools act. The union`s right to teachers in NSW and the ACT reflects public school increases – 2.5% each year from January in NSW and 3% in two installments in the ACT.

We are aiming for a 2.5% increase in support staff. The Union has met with the Association of Independentist Schools (AIS) to discuss our claims and we have scheduled further meetings. The Union is targeting three-year agreements that will start from 1 January 2021. The IEU will meet this Wednesday, February 12 at 10 a.m. with the Catholic Labour Relations Board to discuss our demands for a new corporate agreement for teachers and support staff in systemic Catholic schools. The union is currently negotiating with the Association of Independent Schools (AIS) new agreements that will apply in around 200 independent schools of NSW and ACT to replace agreements that expire in October this year. Independent school agreements before the Commission Multi-company agreements (MEAs) voted last year by teachers and support and company employees in independent schools remain before the Fair Work Commission, says IEU Assistant Secretary Carol Matthews IEU Reached an agreement with AIS Following changes made by the Commonwealth Government to the Superannuation Guarantee legislation, which delayed the increase in superannuation until 2021. and the desire to reach an agreement on multi-company agreements for independent schools in NSW, AIS and IEU have obtained a position of approval. Although the dioceses have agreed in principle to obtain the annual salary increases of the NSW and Act, we have not yet reached agreement on salary increases for auxiliary staff corresponding to those obtained by auxiliary staff in the public sector of NSW last year. The Association of Independent Schools has informed the union that it does not intend to meet with the union again by November and it is unclear whether new company agreements will be negotiated.

The AIS also claims that salary increases in 2021, if at all, would be set at the school`s discretion outside the negotiation process. The Union will not pay our wage demand for 2017 unless we have made substantial progress on working conditions. . . .

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