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2016-10-28

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ACMA negotiations grind on

There has still been no resolution of the long-running negotiations for a new Enterprise Agreement for employees of the Australian Communications and Media Authority. 

Bargaining for a new agreement has now entered its third year! The last pay rise employees received (ie under their existing agreement) was on 1 July 2013. 

Earlier this year, ACMA employees rejected a proposed agreement which delivered a 6% pay rise over three years. 

With no extra money being put on the table and with no change in the government’s requirements for conditions trade-offs, it is hard to see how any significant progress can be made. 

The indications are, however, that ACMA will move to put an agreement out for ballot early next year.

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