Aus Post CPSU paid time meetings

This is your chance to find out more and have your say on Australia Post's MoU offer.

We want to hear from you!

All Australia Post workers are invited to a CPSU one hour paid time meeting to discuss and provide feedback on Australia Post’s proposed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which affects the working conditions of all administrative and contact centre staff in Aus Post. 

Please register below for the CPSU Aus Post MOU Briefing Meeting:

CPSU MoU paid time meetings

9am-10am (8am-9am QLD Time)

11am-12pm (10am-11am QLD Time)

2pm-3pm (1pm-2pm QLD Time)

3pm-4pm (2pm-3pm QLD Time) 

4pm-5pm (3pm-4pm QLD Time)

5pm-6pm (4pm-5pm QLD Time).

All staff are welcome to attend!

Aus Post has proposed an MoU instead of bargaining for a new Enterprise Agreement and we need your feedback before our next Fair Work hearing. The CPSU has organised paid time meetings to discuss the most recent Aus Post MoU proposal, previous proposals have included:

  • Negotiation of a new Work from Home Policy
  • Length of Xmas Shutdown and advancement of Rec Leave
  • Customer Service Reclassification
  • Concerns about no financial improvements in proposed MoU Offer

Due to social distancing requirements, we will conduct these meetings via Zoom teleconference. The cut off for registration for paid time and scheduling is:

  • 2pm AEDT on Wednesday the 4th of Nov for AM meetings; and
  • 9am AEDT Thu 5th of Nov for PM meetings

Once registered, you will receive log in details automatically by email and the CPSU will be working with Aus Post to organise paid time and scheduling for all attendees.

Remember you may not be able to use Zoom on the Aus Post network so please dial in via telephone or your personal device. 

All staff are welcome to attend!

We encourage you to forward on this invitation to any of your colleagues who would be interested in attending. The more feedback we get, the better we can understand the concerns and issues of Australia Post workers, and the more we can do to fight for your rights at work. 

If you’re not a member, you can sign up here to be kept up to date with the MoU negotiations, and access the benefits and support provided by the CPSU. 

If you have a question for the Australia Post CPSU delegates, they can be contacted as a group at