Your Union Agreement


NOVEMBER 2021

Public Sector Alliance Mass Members Meeting

Public Sector Union Members joined forces at Perth Town Hall to call for an end to wages policy and restrictive bargaining caps.





NOVEMBER 2021

CPSU/CSA Wages Policy Submission

A Proud, Productive Public Sector Workforce — The Community and Public Sector Union/The Civil Service Association of Western Australia Incorporated (CPSU/CSA) Submission to the 2021 WA State Government Wages Policy Review is now available.

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OCTOBER 2021

WA Deserves A Pay Rise

Member participation in Your Union Agreement campaign this year has been incredible:

  • More than 55 Paid Union Meetings run by members and delegates
  • More than 500 Members have attended meetings
  • Dozens of new members joining the union and new delegates stepping up every day



SEPTEMBER 2021

Your Union Agreement 2021 has been registered!

Instructions will now be sent to your employer to process your backpay and implement your pay rise.

To confirm the exact date your pay rise and lump sum back payment will go through, please check with your payroll department. 

The registration of the Agreement also means that you will be able to immediately benefit from improved provisions, such as the new conversion to permanency clause. Read more.

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SEPTEMBER 2021

State Budget: Wages Policy Gone

Union members have greeted the scrapping of the McGowan government’s outdated and restrictive Wages Policy with enthusiasm. 

CPSU/CSA Branch Secretary Rikki Hendon has welcomed the government’s decision to end its policy of wage suppression and bring forward a review of government wages policy. 

"The collective might of public sector union members has brought an end to five years of the $1000 pay cap."

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SEPTEMBER 2021

YUA 2021 Agreement Update

Your Public Sector CSA Agreement 2021 has been signed and sent to the WA Industrial Relations Commission (WAIRC) for registration.

This means that members under this agreement are one step closer to receiving their pay increases, backdated to 13 June 2021.


Conditions improvements, including the new 'conversion to permanency' mechanism will come into effect immediately upon registration.

 



JUNE 2021

Unions launch Public Sector Alliance

WA's biggest Unions have officially launched The Public Sector Alliance to break wages policy and bring back fair and true bargaining power to the public sector.

The Alliance brings together your Union, the CPSU/CSA, alongside members from SSTUWA, Health Services Union, WA Prison Officers Union, and United Workers Union to name a few.

This is the biggest joining of Unions for collective action in WA, and sends a powerful message to the McGowan government that Wages Policy will not stand.

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MAY 2021

YUA 2021 Agreement Update

The 12-month agreement which replaces the 2019-2021 Public Sector CSA Agreement is in the final stages of drafting. Members will receive updates as the agreement moves towards final registration

 



FEBRUARY 2021

Offer received from government to extend Your Union Agreement by 12 months

This extension was recommended by your CPSU/CSA Delegates and secures a 12-month agreement and a $1000 per annum pro rata pay-rise from June this year.

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The power of 2022 Public Sector Alliance

Negotiating at the same time as other unions will enable us to join together and utilise our greater collective power to fight for better conditions and break wages policy.

The Power of 2022

Find out more about the power of 2022


Ballot timeline

Acceptance of this offer will be subject to a ballot and drafting.
The offer locks in:

  • $1000 pay rise per annum pro-rata commencing June 2021. 

  • Ongoing public sector reviews, including reviews into labour-hire and your discounted public transport scheme 

  • A new ongoing "Pathway to Permanency" conversion process for contract and casual workers, which will be embedded into your Agreement

  • A new timeline for bargaining, so public sector Unions can join together and fight wages policy in 2022. 

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