The minimum requirements in our schools are set out in the Catholic Education SA Enterprise Agreement 2017. July 30, 2020 The teams of the IEU and the employers met on Tuesday for a full day of training in the principles of “Interest Based Bargaining”. This is the new approach that EUI members have supported in developing our list of topics to put on the table. The first true one. No Progress on Gender Pay Gap Friday, August 28, 2020 is gender pay Day / (un) Equal Pay Day. This date illustrates the additional 59 days from the end of the previous fiscal year that women must work on to earn the same amount as men. We are aware that the staff of Catholic schools, who are so committed to the children and young people they serve, deserve their salary and stipend increases and the additional payment. In this sense, each party has agreed that we withdraw our respective rights and offers, that we put the proposed company agreement to the vote and that we can pay salary increases and allowances as well as salary refunds. There are two modern distinctions that may apply to certain employees – a Teachers Award and a General Staff Award Australian Catholic Superannuation Retirement Fund Enter here online The Catholic Education Office offers employees a selection of three pension funds. For more information, check out the following sites: Together, we still have a lot of work to do to draft the revised document, make it available for your review and then proceed with the voting process. We also agreed that if the vote was successful and the company agreement was approved by the Fair Work Commission, the company agreement would apply for a period of 3 years from the date of approval by the Fair Work Commission. We plan to resume negotiations for the next company agreement in 2019. Our standard pension guarantee system is the Australian Catholic Superannuation Withdrawal Fund if no funds are specified.
Employees do not have the opportunity to channel pension contributions to other pension funds. . . .