“Staff at 300 Catholic schools across the state recognized that the four-year contract was a fair outcome for all employees,” said Dr. Perry. “You have had a long negotiation process with great patience, and I thank you for that. The minimum right to our schools is described in the Catholic Education SA Enterprise Agreement 2017. Dr Perry said the agreement meant employees would receive pay increases dating back to mid-2015. This agreement applies to staff members working in schools that are part of: Teachers from Queensland Catholic schools have come out in number to learn more about the Highly Accomplished and Lead Teacher (HALT) certification process at information sessions that have taken place across the state in recent weeks. Lee-Anne Perry, executive director of the Queensland Catholic Education Commission, said about 95 per cent of voting employees supported the new quadrennial convention, which provides for an annual wage increase of 2.5 per cent. Of those eligible to vote, 94.7% of diocesan school staff and 93.2% of staff in schools of the Religious Institute/Public Jurists voted in favour of these agreements. Click here to visit the Country Incentives Program page. Catholic Labour Agencies Single Enterprise Collective – Queensland Diocesan Schools 2019-2023 (EA Proposal) Queensland Catholic School Staff have voted in favour of a new Bargaining Enterprise Agreement. Explanation of the amendments and key features of the proposed agreement Legal authorization may not be obtained until part 4. Cairns Catholic Education Services Principals` Agreement 2016 FWC approval may take some time depending on the complexity of the audited agreements and the workload of the FWC.
. Voting on the proposed new business agreements ended on Sunday, June 28, 2020. Once the proposed agreements have been approved by the FWC, they will come into force seven days later. . The proposed enterprise agreements must now be submitted to the Fair Work Commission (FWC) for legal approval. ..