If you have any questions regarding the VPS agreement, please send an email to vpsagreement2020@dpc.vic.gov.au (link will leave this page). In the coming weeks, a copy of the final contract proposal will be disseminated and/or published on forGov`s website. On this date, further information will also be provided to explain the terms of the agreement, the voting process and the timetable. At present, the vote should take place at the end of March, beginning of April. For its part, the Palaszczuk government will continue to negotiate in good faith with public sector unions and their members. It is clear that the department`s bargaining position is limited by the government`s wage policy, which aims to limit wage increases to $1,000 per year. The same financial straitjacket is applied to all requests that have an obvious cost. To be honest, we believe that negotiations are unlikely to bring significant financial value during this round of negotiations. This is unlikely to come as a surprise to anyone considering similar results for civil servants, police officers and teachers. The community and public sector union and the government have come together on a package that aims to reward you for the important work you do, while ensuring that public services can be delivered more responsively. After taking into account the current economic environment, the government`s wage policy, the wage performance achieved in other public sector agreements, the terms of the offer and the proposed changes, the COM decides to recommend the offer to the members. “Industrial Relations Victoria helps departments, agencies and unions question labour relations and company negotiations.

It ensures that employers and stakeholders are advised in a consistent manner and that public sector employers are familiar with their obligations under the government`s labour relations policy. The government has just approved the agreement in principle on the basic agreement. Flexible work will be clarified and protected by consolidating all existing agreements into a specific part of the new agreement. Staff no longer have to work 12 months before requesting flexible working rules. The Palaszczuk government is currently negotiating with public sector unions a series of new collective agreements for the public public sector. As a result of the measures taken by the Palaszczuk government to restore fairness in the public sector, workers` rates will rise by up to 3.5% in some classifications, in line with the recent decline in state wages. The replacement agreement will cover the same key issues as addressed in the current agreement, including rates of pay; classification structures; hours of work; leave plans; provisions on consultation of workers; and many other things. The Government will continue to approve the Agreement-in-Principle in accordance with standard procedures. Once this confirmation has been confirmed, the one-time payment will be made and further notifications will be made regarding the date of payment made. On 3 October 27, 2018, Together Queensland, Industrial Union of Employees, requested the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) to enter into an agreement regarding negotiations on the Certified Enterprise Agreement for State Assets (Basic Agreement). That is why the negotiations are now in conciliation.

OIR attends conciliation conferences on behalf of the Government and will, where appropriate, request the participation of representatives of the Agency. The parties agreed on a number of improvements to reflect the Government`s commitment to promoting gender equality in the public service. This page contains information about the agreement, the ballot paper and a list of your contacts with the agency. Voting will open on 24 March 2020. Advise public sector services, agencies and unions on labour relations. The Industrial Relations Office will now meet with union negotiators to finalize the development of the proposed certified replacement agreement. . . .