Dfat Enterprise Agreement 2015

DFAT FOI Team – FOI and Data Protection Legal Service Legal Services Foreign and Trade Division [1]www.dfat.gov.au If we need to consult other people or organizations regarding your FOI application, we may be required to disclose your personal information (z.B your name). The consultation may show that you asked a question, even if we did not reveal your identity. Please let us know if you have any doubts about this. The department`s privacy statement is available at [2]dfat.gov.au/privacy.html. “The current offer is the worst EA offer in the history of corporate trading at dFAT, and KPdSU expects members to return to the bargaining table to seek an improved offer for DFAT employees,” the newsletter says. The Community and Public Sector Union sent a bulletin to its members of the department stating that its senior managers had “presented their revised final enterprise agreement and immediately indicated that they did not consider further negotiations possible.” Please limit the scope of my request to document a decision, provision or agreement that staff rent and incidental costs for DFAT staff posted abroad be included in the calculation of the cost of the secondment allowance as of July 1, 2000. But the main employment union says there are few benefits for “the worst offer [of enterprise agreement] in the history of enterprise bargaining at DFAT” and appears to be promoting no after the overwhelming failures of management proposals elsewhere in the Australian Public Service. The CPSU says the 3,700 FDFA employees should be concerned about the “rationalization” of the agreement, in line with GSP-wide proposals. – documents relating, if any, to staff rent and incidental costs for DFAT staff posted abroad since 1 July 2000, have been included in COPA`s calculations, including documents relating to any decision, provision or agreement relating to the inclusion in COPA calculations of staff rent and auxiliary services for workers posted abroad. . Thank you for your Email of September 8, 2019, in which you seek access to the Freedom of Information Act 1982, to: – Documents that outline the conditions of activity of DFAT employees abroad during calendar years 2014 – 2018; The union argues that the protection of workers who have issued below-average issues is removed, as is the legal law applicable to some of the DFAT`s lucrative allowances. The heads of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have suspended discussions on a new wage agreement, saying it is the best thing they “know about in the GSP” by telling workers that they can accept the offer or leave it.

I do not accept the premise of the decision made – that my application would require a 20-year search of hard and soft matter and would take more than 200 hours. The reason for this situation is not explained. The DFAT`s personal documentation contains a statement that staff rent and incidental expenses have been included in COPA calculations since July 1, 2000. The documentary basis of this statement must certainly be easily accessible. “As a result of these reforms, FDFA staff will continue to have the highest right to annual leave throughout the GSP, with 22 days off and 20 days off from nurses. Please pass it on to the person conducting the freedom of information check. Executives say there is “no downside” to their offer to get a 4.5 percent pay increase over three years, and want to bring their proposal to a vote on all employees within one month. We received your application on September 8, 2019 and the 30-day legal deadline to process your application begins the day after that date.