27
Jul

Australia Post wages to rise by 6.1% under landmark union inflation-busting deal

As members are well aware, off the back of a faster than expected economic rebound – inflation is soaring. When we wrapped up EBA10 negotiations last year, members overwhelmingly voted in favour of the Agreement – breaking records in both voter participation and levels of support. And for good reason –EBA10 locked up important job security provisions, introduced new allowances

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16
Mar

SECURING DECIPHA WORKERS’ WAGE RISES AGAINST COST OF LIVING PRESSURES

As you may have seen in the news, our economy is beginning to bounce back. As unexpected as every aspect of the COVID-19 pandemic has been for the impacts on our way of life and the way that we work, the nation’s economic outlook throughout this period has become equally unpredictable.  Across many parts of the country, the rebound has

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28
Aug

Workers deserve fair share of profit outcome as Senate moves to lock-in ADM reforms

It has been a massive week. A Senate disallowance vote, the tabling of the inquiry report and a profit announcement off the back of record revenue growth. On Monday, we witnessed 27 Senators representing the Liberal Party, Centre Alliance and Jaqui Lambie Network team up to back-in Australia Post’s Alternate Delivery Model – voting against Labor and the Greens’ co-sponsored

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18
Apr

One Network Trial: Stage Two expansions commence May and July

Over the past six months, members at 13 workplaces across the country have been participating in the One Network Trial. From Australia Post’s perspective, the trial seeks to deliver improved efficiencies through various rostering, scheduling, delivery transport and process changes. Rather than a blanket implementation of Australia Post’s changes, in-depth discussions has secured a unique opportunity for members to participate

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2
Apr

Safety Commission slams intentional Australia Post workers’ comp delays

The Commonwealth Safety Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission (SRCC) has today announced regulatory action being enforced against Australia Post after finding the Corporation breached its licensing conditions under the Commonwealth’s workers’ compensation self-insurance scheme. The Union has long complained of internal performance targets for the reduction of Loss of Time Injuries (LTIs) linked to management financial incentives. In late 2008, the

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27
Mar

Australia Post’s Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy roll-out

You may be aware of the impending roll out of Australia Post’s new Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) Policy through briefings which may have occurred already occurred at your workplace. Australia Post has maintained the policy’s intention is to address safety risks to promote a safer overall working environment for our members. Whilst your Union cannot and will not prevent the introduction of initiatives

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13
Mar

Retail members win significant improvements to important allowances

The cost of living is always on the rise, and is often an unforgiving toll on the ability of our members and their families to meet their financial obligations. Whether it is the grocery bill, the petrol bill, or a family night out – everything is always going up. Your Union is constantly looking for ways to ease the burden

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10
Sep

Decipha EBA talks conclude: members urged to vote yes

Negotiations for your new EBA have now concluded and we are urging members to vote yes to secure their conditions. Throughout negotiations, we were guided by the issues you said were most important to you and your family. We’d like to thank members for participating in workplaces meetings and surveys which allowed us to formulate a claim that truly reflected

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21
Oct

Union express safety concern for Australia Post workers and community over Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall

The Union representing postal workers is seeking urgent clarification from Australia Post on what steps, if any, the company has taken to protect the safety of postal workers and the community while facilitating returns under the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and Note 7 Edge recall process. CEPU Communications Division National Secretary Greg Rayner said he feared the safety of postal workers

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4
Apr

Decipha members lock-in job security and fair pay in EBA

Following long, drawn-out negotiations; Decipha workers have strongly endorsed a new EBA secured by your united national CEPU team that provides members and their families with job security and fair pay. The Fair Work Commission has now approved the Agreement and it will commence on April 7.  What’s in our new EBA? No trade offs All the workplace conditions and entitlements contained

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