Australia Post

4
Jul

EBA11: In-principle Agreement

We’re pleased to report to members that following further discussions at a high level this week, the CWU and Australia Post have reached agreement, in-principle, on EBA11. A proposed new EBA11 would, subject to member approval, lock-in the following key outcomes for members, and their families: As part of the overall package, the CWU and Australia Post will continue working

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2
Jul

Australia Post EBA11 Update

Bargaining for a new EBA11 at Australia Post has continued over the past weeks, with your Officials meeting with different management representatives to resolve outstanding matters of contention specific to a number of occupational groups across the company. This week, formal talks between Australia Post and your National and State Branch leadership teams have recommenced and we have made significant

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31
May

Australia Post EBA11 bargaining update

The last time we wrote to members regarding the progress of EBA11 negotiations, we were pleased to announce that Australia Post was working through our log of claims and had agreed, in principal, that any new EBA at Australia Post would retain the Retraining, Redeployment and Redundancy (RRR) Agreement. This week, in person negotiations between Australia Post and your National

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31
May

CWU MEMBERS SECURE SIGNIFICANT INCREASE TO RETAIL SHOE SUBSIDY

Following many months of discussions with Australia Post, I am pleased to report to members that your Union has secured a significant increase to the Retail shoe subsidy. Members’ feedback has been consistent – the shoe subsidy was out of date and no longer kept pace with the reality of our retail members’ footwear requirements. As such, we have secured

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3
May

Australia Post EBA11: RRR LOCKED IN!

Since we last wrote to you, Australia Post has taken some time to work through the substantial log of claims submitted on behalf of CWU members for this round of bargaining for a new EBA11. In case you missed it, you can download a copy of those claims by clicking here. Whilst this process continues, Australia Post has provided a preliminary

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3
Apr

EBA11: Your claims

As previously advised, due to the short week leading into the Easter weekend, Australia Post and the Union agreed to forego formal bargaining meetings in order to allow Australia Post to begin costing our preliminary claims, and to allow us to finalise your log of claims. We received an overwhelming response to our member survey. Those important views, shared by

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7
Mar

Bargaining commences with Australia Post

Bargaining for EBA11 has now commenced between Australia Post and your Union, with meetings being held over Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. These two meetings focussed on talking through the process and setting protocols around the way we bargain, Australia Post’s operational challenges and their forecasted financial outlook. We also touched on a number of issues we as a

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6
Dec

CWU posties secure improved services and job security as Federal Government announces significant reform

The CWU is today welcoming the collaboration that has led to the development of a new way of working at Australia Post which will improve postal delivery services to our communities, whilst securing our posties’ jobs into the future. CWU delivery members have been significantly involved in developing this new model, which allows posties to meet their changing day-to-day workloads

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29
Nov

An update on the delivery model trials

Your Officials have been working closely with members across delivery model trial sites to ensure it continues to evolve to prioritise members’ safety and to protect quality, permanent full-time jobs whilst delivering an improved experience to the public. Together, we stopped the postal pandemic and shut down Australia Post’s shambolic ‘ADM’. Since then, we have been engaging in genuine consultation

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3
Nov

Your opportunity to get involved in Australia Post uniform trials

Australia Post is currently working to refresh its uniform and in June this year conducted a review of its uniform offerings. Over 2,500 employees took part in that process. Australia Post says the results of that review have been consolidated to inform the new uniform design and the company is now ready to start the next phase of the program

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