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September 13, 2021

Casey Cardinia Library Enterprise Agreement


Our people do an excellent job and we want to recognize their contributions. We have a number of advantages, both financial and otherwise: compare in the same way the situation of the city of Monash, which is planning a 10% reduction in rates and can still meet its commitments to increase wages, as negotiated in its agreement. The Town of Casey is a preferred employer and we offer many benefits to employees. Below is an overview of the benefits you have with the Casey team. The management of the city of Casey is crying badly, although it is increasing the rates of the peak allowed by the rate cap rules and also increasing the waste management tax. However, they can still find funds for elite sports fields that, at that time, seem to be prioritized over the Council`s most valuable capital, their collaborators. For more information, please contact: Your ASU delegate Darren Dwyer | 0427 610 148 | ddwyer@asuvictas.com.au There is more to life than work! At Casey, we are committed to workplace flexibility and fair vacation rights to help you find a work-life balance. Among the benefits, staff receive a mobility payment, which is paid as an annual lump sum to assess their continued commitment to these new ways of working. Our programs address all aspects of physical and mental well-being, including work and personal health. This proposed agreement only provides for a 1% salary increase and can only be paid in January 2021, so in fact only a 0.5% increase applies to the duration of the agreement, which is less than the cost of 2 cups of coffee per week for many employees. This is offensive to the staff who, in these difficult times, have done everything they can to support the Council`s demands. The adoption of changing priorities is essential for the creation of a secure and flexible employment framework in the public service. The parties recognized the importance of ensuring that employees can be deployed in a reactive manner to support government priorities.

Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020 (PDF, 6.33 MB) Some of our benefits in making all our employees feel at home are: We also ask that you spread this message widely among your colleagues who may not be members of asU. It is important that everyone votes and that everyone votes “no”. The vote will start on Thursday 30 July and we recommend that you vote no to send a message to the Council. The Victorian Public Service Enterprise Agreement 2020 was formally approved by the Fair Work Commission on 2 October 2020 and put into operation on 9 October 2020. We have an amazing and diverse workforce. We want to encourage all our employees to express themselves while working together for our residents. None of the unions representing the members supported management in the vote and are not recommending that people vote “no”. . . .