Iag Enterprise Agreement

FSU National Secretary Julia Angrisano, however, said her union would demand the requirements in the agreements and warned that any new EAs would be tested against the new award clauses as part of the Fair Work Commission`s improved overall test. Registered agreements are valid until terminated or issued. The new corporate agreement also includes expanded requirements to promote diversity, justice and inclusion. The Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers negotiate with their New Approaches programme. Read more about The New Approaches on the Fair Work Commission website. IAG defended a proposed agreement on compensation and corporate conditions and said the company was “not immune” to the effects of COVID-19 and that the offer balanced the needs of employees and the company. The union claims that both sides reached a company agreement “in principle” (EA) before the break – and that a new proposal from the company is worse than previously agreed. The FSU says the proposed agreement also does not contain clauses on “job security” and “working from home” and wage increases will be linked to performance and targets deemed inappropriate in modified circumstances. “After reaching an agreement in principle, IAG spent the last few months dragging its feet before telling employees that they were not worth a decent pay raise and that they were moving away from their previous offer,” said FSU Assistant Secretary Nathan Rees.

An IAG spokeswoman said the company`s negotiations for a new deal were “positive, progressing well and we believe they will improve benefits for our employees once they are completed.” The Finance Sector Union (FSU) and the insurer began negotiations for a new company deal late last year, but talks were halted in March when COVID-19 hit. Home / Company / IAG and union dispute company salary agreement If a job has a registered agreement, the bonus does not apply. However, Wendy Streets, local executive secretary of FSU Queensland, said that since then the company has provided the information the union is looking for and union action has been avoided. Employees will now take their case to the Fair Work Commission in order to set up protected trade union actions.