The agreement also offers “hard-earned SDA conditions” such as volunteer work during the holidays and a 15-minute tea break. We continue to fight for the new agreement: the agreement means that the wages and working conditions of all Woolworths workers are guaranteed for the next four years. All workers will receive wage increases, improved list arrangements and access to paid domestic violence leave. You can vote for the agreement online between 11 and 22 October 2018 at www.eavote.com.au. The vote on woolworths` proposed agreement will take place in an online vote from 11 to 22 October 2018. Yesterday, Woolworths informed the SDA that it had entered into binding agreements on December 24, 2016 to facilitate the sale to BP of its 527 Woolworths-owned fuel convenience sites and 16 committed development sites. “We are delighted that this new deal has been so strongly supported by Woolworths workers across Australia with an overwhelming 93% majority in favour,” Dwywer said. Completion is not expected until January 2, 2018 at the earliest. Dwyer believes that the new agreement includes a wide range of the above award conditions and rights. The AWU (in North Queensland) and the AMIEU (Meat Union) have partnered with the SDA to reach an agreement in principle on Woolworths.
SDA Section delegates recently met across Australia to hear a detailed report on the progress of negotiations on a new company agreement. SDA delegates supported the negotiations and allowed the SDA to reach a new agreement. Average hours* are based on actual hours worked in May, June and July 2018. The SDA has been continuously negotiating a new supermarket deal with Woolworths since February, and we continue to work hard to reach a new deal that: Woolworths workers voted overwhelmingly in favour of a new company deal that will restore weekend penalty rates and protect wages at home. The SDA will continue to provide you with in-store and in-store updates on www.sda.com.au/woolworths No current team members will be hired as shift workers. Existing team members may only become shiftworkers by mutual agreement. “We are very pleased that the proposed agreement requires a one-time payment of up to $1,100 in cash and gift cards (depending on hours worked and seniority) for Woolworths employees. The agreement also includes improved list provisions for part-time workers and facilitates the transition of casual workers to part-time employment.
The agreement will be submitted to the Fair Work Commission for complete. The following table shows who is eligible, the total amount and the combination of the card and the desired money:. . . .