While the awards are presented by the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC), the agreements are negotiated by Queensland Health and Queensland Health staff representatives. After approval by the staff covered by the proposed agreement (through a voting procedure), the agreements are certified by the QIRC. A replacement contract is negotiated centrally by representatives of the agency and representatives of your union. See the list of unions that are parties to the basic agreement. The Palaszczuk government is currently negotiating with public sector unions a series of new collective agreements for the public public sector. The government and all parties will now work to develop a certified replacement agreement. Once this process is completed, further information will be published on the proposed agreement and all staff members who will be covered by the agreement will be put to the vote. As in our first mandate, the government negotiates in good faith to reach agreements that provide fair and equitable wages and conditions. Negotiations for a replacement agreement for the State Government Certified Agreement 2015 (the basic agreement) between your agency representatives and your union are ongoing.
See the list of unions that are parties to the basic agreement. If the voting process shows that a valid majority of employees approve the agreement, we and other parties to the agreement will contact the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission (QIRC) to request certification of the agreement. Queensland Health has seven major agreements that impose rates of pay and other terms and conditions of employment for employees (excluding senior and senior managers). The Queensland Employment Standards are a set of nine statutory minimum employment requirements for workers in the national labour relations system. Civil servants covered by the basic agreement will receive a salary increase of 1.75% as of today. The wage increase is the result of Together`s willingness to increase your bonus salaries by 1.75% by the State Wage Case. . . .