Teacher Enterprise Agreement Nsw

AIS launches negotiations The Association of Independent Schools has indicated to the Union that it is ready to negotiate a new enterprise agreement for NSW teachers and support and operations staff. Position for Negotiating Letters Letter to Representatives and Members of EU Secretary General John Quessy Still No Agreement In Independent Schools The Union is currently negotiating with the Association of Independent Schools (AIS) new agreements that would apply in about 200 independent schools of the NSW and the ACT to replace the agreements expiring in October of this year. Following, the IEU`s request for the inclusion of new multi-company agreements in 2021 applies. The Union has met with the Association of Independent Schools (AIS) to discuss our ambitions and we have scheduled further meetings. The EU is aiming for a three-year contract which is due to start on 1 January 2021. NSW Independent Schools Teachers Hybrid Model MEA 2017 The Association of Independent Schools has informed the union that it has no plans to meet with the union again by November and it is not certain that new enterprise agreements will be negotiated. The AIS also states that wage increases in 2021, if any, would be set on a discretionary basis outside the bargaining process. Union Seeks Better Pay Rates In Independent Schools Carol Matthews, the IEU`s deputy secretary, said that the Union today (31 July) the Association of Independent Schools (AIS), which represents about 200 independent schools, said the rates proposed in multi-company agreements are too low. Read the full story here. The EU has reached an agreement with AIS After the Commonwealth Government`s changes to the guarantee over-unemployment legislation, which delays the increase in superannuation until 2021, and the desire to secure a position in favour of multi-company agreements for NSW, AIS and IEU independent schools, they have been granted a position of approval. Independent School Agreements before the Commission The multi-company agreements (MEAs) that were voted on last year by teachers and support and operating staff in independent schools remain before the Fair Work Commission, namely that the staff of the IUE Ministry of Education, Carol Matthews Department of Education, receive a number of bonuses and industrial agreements. This information includes data on wages, holidays, allowances, packaging and other conditions of employment. NewsExtra August: EU recommends no vote For AIS After months of negotiations, the IEU has not been able to agree with the Association of Independent Schools (AIS) on the terms of the new multi-company agreements (MEAs) to apply to independent schools of NSW and the ACT.

IEU NewsExtra: Update on Negotiations With Christian Schools Australia And Christian Education Network THE IEU met with the CSA and CEN several times during 2014 – the latest NewsExtra has the details. Letter: The AIS correspondence with IU Deputy Executive Director Michael Carr of the AIS sent a letter to the EIAE on 14 August out of its position on the proposal. Letter to Readers: Updating Independent School Representatives and Members – No agreement yet The Union indicated on 1 August that the IEU was unhappy with the proposed 2% increases in single payments (“OOPs”) in 2014 and a 2% increase in 2016. Christian Schools Enterprise Agreement The union has been negotiating since October 2017 with nsw Christian Schools. The Independent Schools NSW Teachers (Hybrid Model) Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2017) was approved by the Fair Work Commission on 23 March 2017 and starts on 30 March 2017. This is a list of the latest findings made by the Secretary of the Department of Education.

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