Catholic Education Enterprise Agreement Qld 2020
The vote on the proposed new company agreements was concluded on Sunday, June 28, 2020. This agreement applies to employees employed in schools who are among the following persons: Among the authorized employees who voted, 94.7% of the staff of diocesan schools and 93.2% of the staff of the schools of the Institute of Religion / public legal entities voted for the agreements. Although the dioceses have agreed in principle to obtain the annual salary increases from NSW and ACT, we do not yet agree on salary increases for auxiliary staff equivalent to those obtained by auxiliary staff in the public sector of NSW over the past year. The IEU will meet on Wednesday 12 September. February, at 10 a.m.m, with the Catholic Industrial Relations Commission to discuss our demands for a new corporate agreement for teachers and support staff in Catholic systemic schools. Explanation of the changes and main features of the proposed agreement Other outstanding issues include improving the evolution of teachers` salaries on unpaid parental leave, greater clarity on the rights of female teachers on paid maternity leave, and better access to permanent positions for temporary teachers. Cairns Catholic Education Services Principals` Agreement 2016. Catholic Employer Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement – Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2019-2023 (EE proposal) The union has not yet responded to our request for additional dismissal for primary and secondary school teachers. Once the proposed agreements have been approved by the FWC, they will take legal form seven days later.
. Queensland Catholic school teachers have appeared in numerous figures in recent weeks to learn more about the CERTIFICATION PROCESS for Highly Experienced and Senior Teachers (HALT) at information events across the state. A full report on the negotiations will be made available to members later this week after the meeting. Approval of the SWC may take some time depending on the complexity of the agreements under consideration and the workload of the CFC. Proposed company agreements must now be submitted to the Fair Work Commission (FWC) for legal approval. Legal approval may not be obtained until term 4. . . .