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Home > Campaigns > Carinity Education Collective Bargaining

Carinity Education Collective Bargaining

Employees will not accept a Collective Agreement that strips conditions and fails to recognise their quality staff. That was the clear message sent to Carinity last year.

Despite this, Carinity has failed to listen to their employees and their legitimate concerns. Carinity continues with its drive to ensure employees do not have comparable conditions. Carinity, based on their most recent offer, seeks to:

  • reduce Long Service Leave from 1.3 weeks accrual each year to 1 week per year;
  • remove Superannuation Co-Contributions entirely from the agreement;
  • reduce access to the First Aid Allowance;
  • ignore legitimate claims for Domestic Violence and Natural Disaster leave;
  • ignore concerns around the hours of duty for teachers;
  • ignore the claim for access to wages similar to those enjoyed by teachers in other sectors, instead proposing to cap staff at a rate close to $8,000 per annum less than their colleagues.

Read more in the chapter briefings below.