Public service workers swing behind Service-Wide deal
Figures released today reveal strong support for the union’s recent service-wide bargaining as agency level ballot results roll in.
APS Enterprise Agreement votes
Results from agency ballots.
CPSU members vote to endorse APS wide package
More than 16,000 CPSU members have voted in the union’s membership poll on the APS wide package, with 67.5% supporting it.
Revised APS wide offer
The government has now moved, and is offering an additional payment to employees.
CPSU secures bolstered APS pay offer
The CPSU has secured an improved pay offer that it will recommend to its members.
APS Industrial Action continues
CPSU members are continuing to build industrial pressure on the federal government to come back to the bargaining table with a better deal on pay for APS employees.
Govt response to Robodebt RC Report
The acceptance of all 56 recommendations will make significant progress towards ensuring that Robodebt, or any iteration of it, is never allowed to happen again.
APS casuals left out of the loop
All workers, including those within the APS, should have access to the rights and benefits of secure employment.
Union Win: Services Australia to get 3,000 more staff
After years of staffing numbers going backwards and a hard-fought union led campaign, the CPSU is pleased to see the Government investing into Services Australia.
FWO and DEWR 1 hour stoppage
CPSU members in the Fair Work Ombudsman and the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations will tomorrow strike for 1 hour as the union fights for a better pay deal.
Backpay win for non-APS workers
Strong negotiation by the CPSU has secured a guarantee of backpay for thousands of Commonwealth public sector workers in non-APS agencies.
Pressure grows as more CPSU members approved to strike
CPSU members in DEWR, and Meat Inspectors and On Plant Vets within DAFF, are now able to take protected industrial action after the union successfully ran Protected Action Ballots in both workplaces
DEWR to join APS Industrial Action as pressure grows
The Community and Public Sector Union (CPSU) has today applied for a Protected Action Ballot for members in the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR).
APS pay push grows after a decade of being cut to the bone
Union members in parts of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry join the push for an improved pay offer.
Fair Work Ombudsman to join APS industrial action
The CPSU will be expanding APS industrial action after having an application for a Protected Action Ballot in the Fair Work Ombudsman approved by the Fair Work Commission.
Union members set to strike in Services Australia
CPSU members in Services Australia will be participating in a 24-hour strike to improve the pay offer for public service workers.
CPSU set to escalate over pay
The CPSU will escalate their service-wide bargaining campaign after the revised pay and conditions offer tabled by the APSC failed to garner clear support from union members.
The Government must do better on pay because…
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It’s time to decide
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APS-wide pay and conditions package webinars
Hear directly from your CPSU bargaining team on the detail of the pay and conditions package that is close to being finalised.
CPSU prepares for second member vote ahead of APS pay proposals
The offer that is tabled tomorrow needs to be about more than pay – it must be about rebuilding the APS.
Cuts prompt Industrial Action escalation in Services Australia
CPSU members in Services Australia will take part in a 1-hour stop work action on Tuesday 15 August from 4pm.
Pressure building for an improved APS pay offer
Service-wide bargaining update
Industrial Action planned in Services Australia
CPSU members in Services Australia are set to take strategic protected industrial action from Tuesday, sending a clear message to the Government.
Services Australia industrial action
Industrial action is starting in Services Australia Tuesday 1 August with a two-week ban on the use of Auxiliary codes. Here’s what you need to know to take part.
APSC rejections leave model employer commitment in doubt
The Government has consistently touted its commitment to becoming a model employer, but the rejection of proposals that are directly linked to diversity undermine that.
APS agency-specific bargaining
Some topics have now been “released” for agency-level bargaining. CPSU model clauses available for members.
CPSU win on flexible work and work from home
A win in service-wide APS bargaining, locking in improvements to flexible working arrangements, including working from home.
Maternity Leave Act recommendations reflect the realities of modern parenting
The CPSU calls on the Albanese Government to adopt the review recommendations in full.
Pay offer has union members seeing red
Members to don red attire to express disappointment with the pay and pay equity proposals.
CPSU members reject first pay offer
CPSU members have overwhelmingly rejected the 10.5% pay offer tabled by the APSC.
APS bargaining to prioritise progress on pay equity
Pay inequity hits hardest in agencies with high proportions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff.
Government pay offer for APS is in
But is it good enough?
APSC tables Pay Offer of 10.5% in APS Service-Wide Bargaining
4% in the first year, 3.5% in the second year and 3% in the third year.
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Flexible work first test of Govt's model employer pledge
The negotiation on flexible work is the first critical test of the Albanese Labor Government's commitment to becoming a model employer.
How flexible work could transform the APS
Why the APS has everything to gain and nothing to lose when it comes to improving its approach to flexible work.
CPSU Bargaining Team revealed
With the commencement of APS service wide bargaining just around the corner, the CPSU has today revealed its bargaining team.
NGA workers want job security, a guaranteed pay rise, rights for casual workers, genuine consultation, and enforceable conditions.