The transfer of Ageing Disability and Home Care (ADHC) to The Benevolent Society (TBS) on 31 July 2017 was the first of the disability services to be privatised. This was done more than three years ago and bargaining for a new Enterprise Agreement (EA) to replace the copied State Award has commenced. TBS proposed to have one EA to cover all its employees. The most recent bargaining meeting was on Thursday, 10 September, 2020.
To begin the process, the CPSU NSW lodged its log of claims to TBS (click HERE). In reply, TBS proposed a draft classification structure (click HERE), proposed areas of inclusion (click HERE) and response to the CPSU NSW’s log of claims (click HERE).
In responding to the CPSU NSW, TBS rejected many of the union’s claims. Among the things TBS do not agree with are:
These are just few of the claims rejected by outright by TBS. There are many more in the attachments above. Read them carefully and give us your thoughts about what conditions are important to you by completing the survey monkey below.
Your input is valuable as the CPSU NSW continues to bargain for a new EA.
CPSU Organisers can be contacted if you have any questions or require clarification.
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