Pillar offers two-year agreement with 2.5% increase per year - Public Service Association

Pillar offers two-year agreement with 2.5% increase per year

Pillar offers two-year agreement with 2.5% increase per year – July 2016 (PDF version)

Following the PSA’s successful ‘No vote’ campaign against the proposed one year agreement, Pillar management offered a two-year enterprise agreement with a 2.5 percent increase per year, 5 percent overall.

This offer has now been formalised by NSW Industrial Relations.

The PSA has distributed a survey as to whether we wish to accept that offer or continue bargaining for a longer agreement.

The survey closes on Monday 11 July at 5:00 asks the following questions:

  1. Do you want the PSA to seek a two-year term for the length of the agreement, inclusive of a 2.5 percent salary increase for each year?


  1. Do you support the PSA continuing to negotiate for an agreement to protect salary and conditions for as long a term as possible (ie. three or four years)?

You should only complete the survey if you haven’t already done so.

When filling out the survey, you will be asked to provide your email address. This is to make sure that people only vote once.

Supplying your email address will make sure that the vote is secure and your information will be kept confidential.

This survey outcome will guide our response in relation to a Protected Action Ballot Order before Fair Work Australia.

The link to the survey is HERE.

PABO update

The PSA have filed a Protected Action Ballot Order (PABO). The matter was listed in the Fair Work Commission on Thursday, 7 July. The application was stood over to be re-listed after the completion of the survey.

Paid time meetings

Pillar management has recently allowed meetings concerning this issue to be considered as work time. The PSA will seek that further meetings concerning this matter also be considered as work time.

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