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Teachers Enterprise Agreement Nsw

April 13th, 2021

You will soon receive two more emails from me. The first will inform you that TAFE NSW agrees to renegotiate for an enterprise agreement that can be approved by the Fair Work Commission. The second will provide you with a new NERR. The TAFE NSW negotiating team and the union discussed the status of current test roles in the next enterprise agreement. The EU has reached an agreement with AIS After the Commonwealth Government`s changes to the guarantee over-unemployment legislation, which delays the increase in superannuation until 2021, and the desire to secure a position in favour of multi-company agreements for NSW, AIS and IEU independent schools, they have been granted a position of approval. To ensure that there is no uncertainty as to the validity of the NERR or any delays in the development of a new agreement, TAFE NSW has decided to end the ongoing negotiation process so that a new process can begin as soon as possible. The agreed 2.5% salary increase will be paid on February 23, 2017. This includes retroactive payments from the first full pay period, after TAFE NSW reached an agreement with the NSW Teachers Federation on December 2, 2016. TAFE NSW is currently negotiating with unions and self-appointed negotiators to set wages and conditions for teachers and related workers. It is absolutely essential to do this properly if we are to guarantee the future and the employment of TAFE. Independent school agreements before the Commission Multi-business agreements (MEAs) that were voted on last year by teachers and support and operations staff in independent schools, before the Fair Work Commission asserts that IEU Assistant Secretary Carol Matthews Independent Schools NSW teacher hybrid model MEA 2017 therefore warns that TAFE NSW is suspending with immediate effect the ongoing negotiation process for a business agreement to replace the TAFE commission of NSW Teachers and Related Employees Enterprise Agreement 2013.

So far, ten formal meetings have been held between federation and TAFE NSW, and regular meetings have continued. Both parties have committed to agreeing as soon as possible to a proposed new enterprise agreement. TAFE NSW is committed to negotiating in good faith until we have an enterprise agreement that will allow TAFE to compete in a competitive professional training environment and continue to offer quality training. If you are a member of the union, you will soon have a vote on the proposed trade union actions. Of course, we are all interested in minimizing the impact on our students and industry partners. We ask you to support us in the coming weeks if we work hard behind the scenes to complete the agreement. The Union has met with the Association of Independent Schools (AIS) to discuss our ambitions and we have scheduled further meetings. The EU is aiming for a three-year contract which is due to start on 1 January 2021. Tafe NSW and AEU NSW Teachers Federation have spoken out in favour of this cooperative approach, which will be implemented in the 2015 round of negotiations.

Department of Education staff are subject to a number of bonuses and industrial agreements. This information includes data on wages, holidays, allowances, packaging and other conditions of employment. If you would like to appoint a negotiator to represent you during the negotiation process (including yourself), send an email to enterprisebargaining2015@tafensw.edu.au. The email must contain your full name and electronic signature, as well as the details of the representative you wish to name. You can appoint a negotiator at any time during the negotiation process. The Federation of Independent Schools has informed the union that it does not intend to meet with the union again by November, and it is not certain that new enterprise agreements will be negotiated.

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