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“The agreement in principle reflects the respect we place on the police, the confidence we have in the police and the recognition that they are demanding and complex jobs,” said the Minister. Yesterday, the State Government made legislative changes to the Industrial Relations Act 2016 to implement the Prime Minister`s announcement that it would result in a “wage freeze” in the 2020/2021 fiscal year. Other strengths of the agreement in principle are better recognition of Torres Strait Island police officers, adjustments to compensation for specialized officers, including members of the demining team, and, as a result of the previous agreement, a further modernization of the police classification structure. Today, we ask you to consider an important issue concerning your working conditions. Since December/January, much has changed when members voted last in favour of an agreement in principle on an offer to pay your EB. Once ratified, the agreement in principle will be re-established to enter into force from 1 July 2019. Public servants who are covered by the basic agreement will receive a 1.75% salary increase from today. The increase in wages is the result of the joint search for a 1.75% increase in premium wages due to state salaries. We have more news from Queensland Health about your salary increase. Members covered by the HPDOCA, EB10 and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Worker agreements will receive your 2.5% increase, with back-dating, next payment.

For most members, it will be this week. The agreement provides for an annual salary increase of 2.5% for the next three years. Certified agreements provide for negotiated terms of employment between an employer and the public sector unions concerned on behalf of workers. Minister Ryan announced that an agreement in principle has been reached between the Queensland Police Union, the Queensland Police Commissioned Officers Union and the Queensland Police Service for a certified enterprise negotiation for the next three years. Congratulations! This morning, the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission certified your enterprise agreement. This is the contract between you and your employer on pay and working conditions. You can read it here. We hope everyone stays good. Since our last update, you`ll have seen that your enterprise agreements are all certified, which means they`re all in effect! Well done for all the delegates and members of the whole state who did it!! A copy of your new agreements is available here: . The good news is that we finally have confirmation of an appeal date in our dispute of 12/12. “I travel in the state and am always impressed by the professionalism and commitment of individual police officers.

Starting tomorrow, you will be able to vote on your EB agreement. This is the vote for all workers covered by the agreement. Union members fought for improvements contained in the agreement and union members voted 98% in December in favour of the transaction offer. That`s why we`re here now, thanks to you and your efforts not to give up. Congratulations to you and your colleagues gathered for securing the $1250 “one-time payment” with your colleagues after the government`s wage policy change in 2019.

Posted on December 15th, 2020 | filed under Uncategorized |

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