ANMF members strongly rejected the employer’s latest offer in member meetings and in the ANMF member survey. The ANMF has again asked the employer to improve workload provisions in the proposed Enterprise Agreement. The employer has delayed the ballot process while it considers its position.
The ANMF has sent the endorsed Log of Claims to the employer.
ANMF members have rejected the employer’s offer and instructed the ANMF to make a counteroffer.
The Enterprise Agreement has been lodged in the Fair Work Commission for approval.
Southern Cross Care
The employer intends to bargain for separate nursing and general staff Agreements and is preparing draft Agreements for the ANMF to consider.
The employer is preparing a draft Enterprise Agreement.
ANMF members have resolved to vote no to the employer’s proposed Agreement.
Updates correct as at 26 November 2020. Authorised by Emily Shepherd, ANMF Tasmanian Branch Secretary
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