Cbus will soon begin negotiating a new Enterprise Agreement – which means we have the chance to shape our pay and conditions at work.
Getting involved in Enterprise Bargaining negotiations means working with our colleagues to make our voice heard. But to win the best conditions in our new agreement, we also need to know the facts and get informed.
Our first class will focus on the impact of COVID 19, returning to office policies and best practices regarding workplace health and safety – issues we know are very important for Cbus staff. So please join us next Thursday 1pm (AEST) 15 April:
Safe, Strong, Flexible Workplaces: A Guide to Winning Best-Practice Conditions in The Superannuation Sector
Our expert panel:
Sam Hannah-Rankin – Department of Premier and Cabinet (Victoria).
Sam is the Executive Director of Public Sector Reform in the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet. The Public Sector Reform division supports new ways of working with and within government, and includes innovation, behavioural change, outcomes and evidence work across a range of policy and service delivery areas. She has been leading the Victorian Public Sector’s return to office and flexible working arrangements following the COVID-pandemic.
Liam O’Brien – Assistant Secretary, Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU).
Liam O’Brien was elected to the position of ACTU Assistant Secretary in December 2018. Liam started with the AWU Victorian Branch in 2003 as an organiser. It was a role that gave him experience across the state and insight into the issues that concern members.
Julia Angrisano – National Secretary, Finance Sector Union (FSU).
Julia Angrisano has been with FSU for over 18 years, and has been National Secretary since November 2016. Julia’s vision is for a fair finance industry that serves the community, treats its workforce fairly and recognises the vital contribution that workers make. Julia is also a Director of AustralianSuper.
If you want to get the facts on Enterprise Bargaining, we’d love for you to join us for our first Masterclass on Thursday 1pm (AEST) 15 April. You can click here to register.
The Masterclass is open to everyone, including non-members, so we encourage you to share this information with your colleagues.
We hope you can join us.
Your FSU Reps
Caroline, Ian, Jennifer and Fiona