Cpsu Victorian Public Service Agreement

Posted by Admin on Dec 6, 2020 in Uncategorized |

MESSAGE OF SUPPORT: Dear Karen, yesterday our federal leadership met and was updated by you and other Victorian representatives on the Victorian Public Service`s response to the COVID 19 pandemic. Although this pandemic has affected all states and territories, yesterday`s reports showed that the impact on Victoria, and therefore on your members, was deeper and more lasting than in other jurisdictions. Of particular interest were the stories you told us… he works with contact tracers and the thousands of Victorian public sector employees who assist them in this critical work. They are the inconsequentical heroes of this pandemic. They are not seen by the Community, they have been unfairly denigrated by our Prime Minister, but they continue to do the most important work of all. It is her dedication and attention to detail that Victoria will emerge from the pandemic and the lock. TOM LYNCH CPSU/SPSF Federal President CPSU/SPSF Tasmania Secretary www.cpsuvic.org/…/DHHS-1109-fedpres-thanks-to-contac… Such a reassignment would be done with the agreement of the employer and the worker, rather than undertaking an unsatisfactory work process, in accordance with Clause 24. As was widely reported at the time of the vote on the VPS contract, workers will receive a pay increase of just over 8% over the four-year term of the contract, as well as related increases in benefits, with the first increases to be paid from 20 March 2020.

Mobility is an essential feature of the new VPS agreement. Mobility`s stated objective is to facilitate on-the-go employment, which can be deployed at various sites and roles in the VPS to meet changing utility requirements. An increase in night work allowances – from 15 to 20 per cent – makes the agreement even more lucrative for some workers, including child protection and prison services, firefighters in national parks and officials from the departments covered by the agreement. Treasurer Tim Pallas said the salary agreement recognized the contribution public servants made in 2020. Credit:Luis Enrique Ascui The parties are committed to implementing changes in the functioning and provision of services by the Victorian government by accepting the principles of “labour mobility”. The principles recognize that the services required by the community of a modern public service are not static; they change all the time. The adoption of changing priorities is essential to creating a safe and flexible employment environment in the public service.

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