The report examined the reasons for recent trends in collective agreements. The project will take place in two phases. The first phase was published for the 2016/2017 review. The second phase will contain data from the confidential “Earnings and Hours Survey” data file for 2016 and will be published later in 2017. This document summarizes the scope and results of each of the research reports listed below and also proposes a debate on the reference list for research and statistical report. 2. Community Organization: proactive involvement and maintaining relations with community groups, member organisations, trade unions and other stakeholders, in order to promote the campaign on the ground. Advice to key stakeholders, including community groups and members, on campaign direction and feedback. Provide ongoing ad hoc advice and information to community groups, ACOSS member organizations and non-member organizations. As a channel between ACOSS and community groups to exchange expertise in advocacy, media management and event management.
Distribution of campaign materials to community groups and grassroots stakeholders and support to groups to make the best use of them. Maintaining and maintaining a community contact database within ACOSS` existing information management system. This paper outlines the methods used in the United Kingdom (UK) to assess the impact of increases in the UK minimum wage in order to facilitate a wider debate on the use of one of the methods used in Australia. This document contains a description of the UK data sources and the main econometric models used in this research. The paper concludes with a debate on Australia`s data restrictions and British scientists` understanding of the possibility of future Australian research. In addition to research projects, a statistical report and a reference list for annual salary reviews are also published. This material will be updated throughout the 2017/18 test. In response to the Statement made on September 20, 2017 by the Expert Panel on Annual Salary Reviews, the Commission invited interested parties to participate in a presentation by Professor Peter Saunders and Megan Bedford on their budget standards published in August 2017. The presentation took place on November 27, 2017 and was recorded.
A video recording, PowerPoint slides and a transcript of the presentation are now available. The collective agreement of the Australian Social Service Council (ACOSS) 2015 regulates wages and conditions of employment. The position is phase 5 of the 2015 ACOSS industrial agreement. These include annual indexation, four weeks of annual leave plus special bonus leave between Christmas and New Year, paid parental leave and family and education leave. ACOSS strongly supports flexible working procedures and offers flexible work arrangements and flexible hours. The standard working time is 73.5 per fourteen days. Offers support for a small fundraising and advocacy team… . Organization: Australian Council of Social Service This project provides a descriptive analysis that examines the labour market and the personal characteristics of those earning around the national minimum wage using the survey on workers` wages and hours. The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia Survey is used to analyse the characteristics of low wages.