Victoria Police Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2015

Ms. Neville said the police now have the opportunity to vote on a proposed agreement that is “very fair and a good offer for them.” The police association rejected the initial wage offer and took steps to take union action, but the new agreement was signed less than two weeks after the previous agreement expired. Victoria`s powerful police union has agreed in a new collective bargaining agreement announced on Thursday that it will increase its annual wages by a smaller 2.5 per cent in exchange for shift work penalties. The union and the Andrews government agreed on Friday, diverting the lingering and politically sensitive crisis that is looming during the crucial holidays. Ashton said the agreement has flexibilities that would allow the force to transform the workplace into a fair place to work, in line with the Commission`s recommendations. “We shook hands, we reached an agreement today… It is now the case of the police association, which must give birth to its members,” said Neville. For Commanders: Under Section 11 of the 2015 Victoria Police Commander`s Agreement, the PRSB may consult, in accordance with paragraph 15, a report on a placement dispute on a case-by-case basis of an in excess commander. Recommendations are made by the PRSB member after consideration of the merits, justice and awareness of the dispute and the terms of the relevant enterprise agreement.

As part of its independent review of gender discrimination and sexual harassment, including predatory behaviour, the Commission completed an assessment of gender equality in the agreement reached by Victoria Police. Students are housed in participating police stations and services, where they have the opportunity to observe and learn from our police officers, protection officers, protection officers and VPS staff. Police Minister Wade Noonan said he considered equality measures to be the most important element of the agreement. Fairfax Media reported On Thursday that an independent audit of gender discrimination and sexual harassment within the force had made 10 recommendations to the union and police regarding the agreement.

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