Formal negotiations for a new enterprise agreement (known as Enterprise Bargaining) began in February 2020. This agreement includes a number of employee groups, including health, store and printing staff. In order to effectively negotiate with government representatives, it appointed a single bargaining centre (SBC) made up of representatives of employers and the Union, workers and representatives of the Union. The government also outlined its intention to amend the consultation to define and reformulate significant changes to allow for a « clearer explanation of the change in employment. » Rebuild sought the draft proposal – Rebuild is looking for improvements to the consultation. During that meeting, the government discussed important items on its agenda. A critical point was that the government wanted to change the redeployment, recycling and redundancy (RRR) policy. The government is trying to remove the RRS from the EA and put it into policy and appears to be trying to replace 12 months of redeployment with three months of file management. Rebuild searched for a number of data – The South Australian Employment Tribunal provides application forms and other instructions on enterprise agreements. The court may also reconcile or give instructions when parties are working to negotiate an agreement. Enterprise agreements offer the possibility of changing current employment – all data on the number of apprentices/graduates after the year of the current and previous agreement depending on the department and the number of other temporary contracts offered – contains information on the following enterprise bargaining agreements The main point for this SBC was the announcement of the government`s negotiating agenda, which provides for the demotion of the annex to the transfer agreement and EA of dismissal and reduction of consultation rules, as well as the changes in status discussed. While there were other points, I think they are more peripheral to the two points mentioned above. It is these two positions at the same time as the result of the wage increase and productivity compensation, on which Rebuild will focus.
The South Australian Modern Public Sector Enterprise Agreement: Salaried 2017 (SAMPSEAS) was officially approved by the South Australian Employment Employment Tribunal (SAET) on Wednesday, January 31, 2018. This date now becomes the official start of the new payroll contract, with the terms of the agreement that will apply from 31 January 2018 and salary increases dating back to October 2017.