Next to the implementation of a new short-term employment agreement, federal public employees will get a 3% salary increase over the following 12 months.
While a more permanent workplace relations strategy is being considered, the temporary agreement was made to guarantee that federal workers get a salary increase by the end of August in 2019.
The temporary deal, according to Public Service Minister Katy Gallagher, ensures that workers won’t suffer in the coming months while discussions on the long-term strategy are placed.
The Albanese Labor administration, according to Senator Gallagher, has a major emphasis on resuming meaningful bargaining and turning the public sector into a model employer.
The government is dedicated to collaborating with organizations, labor unions, and staff members to create a thorough workplace relations strategy for the Australian public sector.
The interim deal, according to Senator Gallagher, would provide workers security while labor discussions are taking place across the whole public sector.
Within the department, specific working conditions for various agencies would be negotiated.
According to Senator Gallagher, “This is a hard task since there are considerable disparities in compensation, terms, and conditions throughout the Commonwealth.”
“The proposed change will need to take these problems into thorough deliberation and consultation.”
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