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After major negotiations, two failed ABE votes and a Fair Work Commission bargaining dispute against the Hobsons Bay City Council, anMF and other unions proposed an increase of at least $28 a week for a short-term company deal. Wyndham City Council will pay the 2.1 percent increase in July 2020 as provided for in the current corporate agreement. If a job has a registered agreement, the bonus does not apply. However, the ANMF and other unions are considering a proposal from The Greater Shepparton City Council to roll up the deal. At these meetings, it would be appropriate to discuss a 12-month run of your current company agreement and a salary increase, given that all parties felt that this was the best way forward due to the constantly changing environment with the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees of the City of Yarra voted to adopt a rollover agreement until July 21, 2021, with a salary increase of 1.25% or US$25 per week, whichever is greater, starting with the first pay period, on September 1, 2020 or later. We can now confirm that we have reached an agreement with the Council on a 12-month ride and a salary increase of $25, or 1.25%, depending on the amount that will be paid more during the first payment period in September 2020. Registered agreements are valid until terminated or issued. After successfully negotiating several local employers to withdraw their proposals for a wage freeze, negotiations began with Moira Shire Council and Banyule City Council. The ANMF (Vic Branch) continues to represent maternal and pediatric nurses and vaccine nurses in negotiations with a number of local government councils that are trying to freeze wages, delay negotiations on company agreements or overturn agreements, citing the effects of COVID-19. The Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers negotiate with their New Approaches programme.

Read more about The New Approaches on the Fair Work Commission website. Casey City Council wants a 12-month transfer of the current deal with a 1 percent pay raise. A company agreement is put to the vote – the union recommends that members vote against the agreement. . . .

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