Following state level discussions and subsequent meetings involving your local CEPU representatives, the 2011 Christmas Arrangements have now been completed.
This bulletin is produced for the information of all CEPU transport and hub members.
Christmas Public Holidays
Members who perform duty on any of the following days are to be paid public holiday rates of pay (2.5 times in total).
|Monday 26 December 2011||Tuesday 27 December 2011|
|Christmas Day Substitute Holiday||Boxing Day Substitute Holiday|
|Monday 2 January 2012||Friday 30 December 2011|
|New Years Day Substitute Holiday||Australia Post Authorised holiday|
Pay arrangements in December will remain unchanged
Members who perform duty on any of the days outlined above are entitled to a penalty payment of Public Holiday Rates (2.5 times in total).
RDOs Falling on Public Holidays
Members are entitled to a single (1) pay rate (in addition to an RDO), if members’ RDO falls on any of the Public Holidays outlined above.
Additional Metro Delivery Network Distribution and Country Interchange
Additional duties to undertake delivery network distribution have commenced from the weekend of 3&4 December and will continue until 24 December.
All additional duty boards have been the subject of local consultation with CEPU AURs.
Casual numbers will be finalised in local plans in accordance with agreed state guidelines. Casuals are to be utilised to face up mail to assist mail processing.
All permanent employees who have a rostered finish time while causal staff are engaged should be offered overtime/extended hours to assist with face-up and culling duties.
Supplementary clearance of Retail shops trading on 10 & 17 December
There will be 5 additional Saturday duties above the already agreed amounts due to the extension of trading hours at a number of retail offices announced by the Managing Director. These will be;
- Regents Park
Weekday supplementary clearances of high volume SPBs will commence from 5th December.
Metro Interstate Interchange
All interchange arrangements, including supplementary duties, have been finalised and discussed with local AURs.
Normal overload arrangements will apply.