EBA9 - VOTE NO TO A PAY-CUT
EBA 9 covers 2017, 2018 & 2019.
Ahmed is offering a pay-rise of 0.5%* in September & 1.5%** in December each year. The CPI is already 2.1% and rising. It is expected to be at least 2.5% next year. *0.5% for a base level postal worker on the top increment and with 15% penalty rates =14.5 cents per hour or $5.33 per week
It is equal to 11. cents per hour or $4.15 per week for a postal worker on the first increment without penalty rates. **1.5% for a base level postal worker on the top increment and with 15% penalty rates = 43.7 cents per hour or $16.06 per week
It is equal to34.08 cents per hour or $12.52per week for a postal worker on the first increment without penalty rates.
VOTE NO – YOU DESERVE A REAL PAY-RISE
- REVISED OFFER - Australia Post have made small adjustments to their offer
- SURVEY - Union member survey about EBA offer
- EBA OUT TO A VOTE - We assume Aust Post will ask employees to vote on the EBA proposal.
If there are no changes to the current position from Australia Post, the Victorian Branch of the union STRONGLY RECOMMENDS THAT YOU VOTE NO.
EBA9 - UPDATE 21 MARCH 2017
- AHMED ROADSHOW - offered a "One Team Reward"
- THE MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR MAN - real reason for CEO departure
- EBA9 CLAIMS & GOVERNMENT POLICY - caps EBA pay rise
- FOCUS GROUPS - employee testing of EBA9
- NEXT STEPS - reject current offer prepare for protected action ballot
EBA9 - MEMBERS HAVE 3 ISSUES TO CONSIDER:
- FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BARGAINING POLICY - The Turnbull bargaining policy for the Public Service and Government Business Enterprises including Australia Post, is designed to limit or reduce entitlements that already exist in EBA8 and places a cap on pay rises that can be negotiated.
- AUSTRALIA POST CLAIMS - Australia Post have put 8 claims on the table and while 1 or 2 of these claims just amount to little more than tidying up the wording in the agreement the majority seem to be seeking an open cheque book for a range of issues.
- WINNING OUR CLAIMS - Your branch has submitted a number of claims on behalf of Victorian members that were identified from our member survey.
EBA9 NEXT STEPS
SUPERANNUATION COURT CASE
MEMBERS MEETING - Saturday, March 4th, 12 Noon
Union Office, 75 Melville Road, Brunswick West.
EBA9 Victorian Member Survey 1st
Members will be aware that the current Fair Work Agreement EBA8 expires on 31stt of December 2016. Negotiations for the new EBA should be starting anytime from the middle of August to the middle of September. Your branch is conducting a survey of the Victorian Membership so that we are well placed to put your issues on the table.
It's your EBA and it's essential that all Members take part in what is probably the most important EBA you will see in your time with Australia Post.
The survey is available for download >
and online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X8JHFDX
You can also access through the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CWU-Postal-Telecommunication-Branch-of-Victoria-216517875215594/
We have also posted out the survey and distributed via workplace visits and your local delegates. Let us know if you have any ideas or want to play a role in the campaign.
EBA9 Victorian Member Survey 2nd
Your Union needs to hear from you - EBA9 membership survey
The Victorian Branch has already commenced its EBA9 campaign and posted out the 1st EBA9 survey (below) to all members. Thanks to the hundreds of members who have returned their surveys. For those members who have not completed the first survey here is another opportunity to complete the 2nd survey and return it to the CWU P&T.
The second survey will be sent to you in the mail shortly, and is also available for download >
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Union EBA9 Campaign Kicks Off
EBA9 campaign survey packs are in the mail. Over the next week members will receive a campaign survey pack in the mail containing an EBA9 Union member survey with a reply paid envelope to return it to your Victorian Branch. As your Union commences its campaign to deliver.... Read More>
An EBA9 that delivers for postal workers and their families.
As Australia Post embarks on yet more changes, it's more important than ever to ensure that our members are not forgotten and left behind in the process.
That’s why your Union will fight for an EBA9 that delivers the job security, the safety and the pay that postal workers and their families expect, deserve and rely upon.
Contact the Victorian Branch on 03 9387 0189 for union membership application forms and Reply Paid envelopes. Or use the Contact Us > link to order or share your thoughts with us.