“We welcome the fact that the EU executive voted unanimously to support the government`s revised offer to vote for its members,” Lucas said. The AEU will hold a vote by its members by the end of next week. If the offer is supported, the next step will be to hold a vote of the state`s 28,000 teachers, school heads and auxiliaries in the first week of the first half of 2020. If staff vote in favor of the offer, the agreement is formalized. Salary increases of 2.35% per year for teachers and 3.35% for school principals and kindergarten principals, with salary increases until May 2022. In return, there will be greater flexibility in the management of human resources and some more reasonable rules for the system of allowances for teachers in rural schools. “This is a positive step forward and the government hopes it will lead to a reasonable solution to our corporate negotiations, which will allow for exceptionally fair and adequate salary increases and will also offer more support and support to teachers in the classroom. The government`s initial offer, last June, included 1.0% of the first 2.35% salary increase for teachers, which fell to October 2018. This revised offer brings to 1.35% the level of the first wage increase, which has been postponed to October 2018. This area contains information on the following company negotiation agreements The government has increased its offer of a “complexity allowance” for schools from 3 million $US per year, from 12 million to 15 million $US. Each school receives funds that are used to help teachers cope with their workload with respect to students with complex needs, for example. B by the recruitment of additional teachers or auxiliaries and to cover the costs of specialised assistance. On average, schools receive $29,469 per year (and up to US$158,914 per year), with each school deciding how their funding will be spent.
The Marshall Liberal government welcomed the decision by the Australian Education Union`s board of directors to unanimously approve the government`s corporate agreement offer for teachers, principals and kindergarten principals, in order to go to a vote by its members to resolve the long-standing wage dispute. The minimum requirements in our schools are set out in the Catholic Education SA Enterprise Agreement 2017. Information on negotiations in the sanitation, construction and metallurgy sectors 2019 You can get updates on the ongoing negotiation process for employed medical officers by registering via an online form. Information on formal negotiations for a new SA Public Sector Wages Parity Enterprise agreement, which started on 15 December 2016 Information on the new visiting Medical Specialists Enterprise Agreement negotiations. Information on the Clinical Academics Enterprise Agreement 2014 “The AEU`s request to suspend further hearings before the SA Employment Tribunal is a further indication of the positive progress made by the parties in the negotiations. . . .