Western Australian Public Service General Agreement

Agreements between unions and employers are negotiated more regularly (usually every two or three years) and registered by the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission (WAIRC). After registration, the provisions of the agreement apply to all workers in the workplace who are employed under the industrial agreement. Our role is described in legislation, including the Public Sector Management Act 1994, as improving the efficiency, efficiency and capacity of the public sector to meet existing and emerging needs; and provide quality services. Prices qualify as minimum conditions of employment and serve as a safety net. Agreements are collective agreements that set conditions of employment and additional rights for certain workers and their employers. Maintaining and defending the professionalism and integrity of the public sector is part of our legislated plans. The list of the latest public sector awards and agreements in Western Australia is available on the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission website. Existing first aid in the public sector has been renamed and modified to create an hourly rate for designated first responders. The allocation has been adapted to existing methods. Amendment of the existing clause requiring the employer to notify the Union before a registered worker enters the last three months of redeployment. Below is a list of active public sector awards and agreements.

This list is maintained by public sector labour relations. Although every attempt is made to ensure that the information on this page is up to date, the accuracy, currency and reliability of the information cannot be guaranteed. The service disclaims any responsibility for claims that may arise from persons acting on this information or that do not act on this information. Reducing the number of increments for the Level 1 classification. Schedule 2 describes the translation of the general division s. 1 collaborators into the new increment structure. Maintaining and defending the professionalism and integrity of the public sector are part of our legislated plans. Our role is described in legislation, including the Public Sector Management Act 1994, as enhancing the efficiency, effectiveness and capacity of the public sector to meet existing and emerging needs; and provide quality services.

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