They claim that the deal was rejected because it was too generous, but they continue to say that they will offer the same thing again. Wyndham City Council, which employs 40.3 EFT nurses, initially sought to freeze wages, but under pressure from unions, the council agreed to withdraw the proposal and will pay the 2.1 percent increase in July 2020, as provided for in the current company agreement. The ANMF and other unions are also arguing with Melbourne City Council after the Council broke its wage offer, which was agreed in principle by the unions in March 2020. The Council withdrew a previously agreed offer of a 6.25% wage increase over three years and is now proposing a 3% increase, which will be paid in increments of 1.5% in 2022 and 2023. ANMF members had been members since July 1, 2018, with more salary increases and the Council`s revised salary offer involves a three-year wage freeze. Casey`s management began the meeting with disappointment at the outcome of the last vote. Then they said, “The only reason the deal was denied was because the employees were horrified that they were being offered a pay raise.” Casey City Council wants a 12-month transfer of the current deal with a 1 percent pay raise. A company agreement is circulated for voting – unions recommend that members vote against the agreement. Wyndham City Council will pay the 2.1 percent increase in July 2020 as provided for in the current corporate agreement. The ANMF has successfully negotiated several local employers to withdraw its proposals for wage freezes, rollover agreements or delays in negotiations. This includes wyndham City Council, Moira Shire Council and Banyule City Council. 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. After significant negotiations, two failed EBA votes and a Fair Work Commission negotiation dispute against Hobsons Bay City Council, the ANMF expects negotiations with the Council to resume in early July. Staff in the city of Yarra voted to adopt a rollover agreement by 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. They claim that the employees told them that it was too generous and that they would not vote yes to a deal involving a pay raise. Subsequently, management said their offer would remain the same. 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 ANMF and other unions agreed to postpone company negotiations with the Ararat Rural Council for 12 months, but Ararat employees received 1.5% in the first pay period after July 1. We have an amazing and diverse workforce.
We want to encourage all our employees to express themselves while working together for our residents. For more information, please contact ASU organizer Darren Dwyer | firstname.lastname@example.org you think your employees find a salary increase of less than 2 coffees a week too generous. The ANMF is in the process of informing the Fair Work Commission of a negotiation dispute with cardinia Shire Council. . . .