This Is Framingham

This Is Framingham
Life in the ‘ham

Rsl Care Enterprise Agreement

October 5th, 2021

“A single national agreement means we can be responsive and flexible when it comes to providing our employees with career and development opportunities and providing services to our clients and residents,” she said. Bolton Clarke was founded in 2017 after Queensland elderly care company RSL Care bought Victoria`s Royal District Nursing Service two years earlier. Registered agreements are valid until terminated or issued. While former RDNS nurses stayed on the salaries and terms of their company agreement before the takeover, all new Bolton Clarke nurses employed in Victoria are paid less and have fewer rights under the queensland poor quality agreement. Negotiations on Bolton Clarke`s corporate negotiations are expected to resume in mid-October. The proposed deal would have cemented a two-stage unfair wage and conditions system resulting from the acquisition of the Victorian Royal District Nursing Service by Queensland`s RSL Care in 2015. The new unit, Bolton Clarke, employs nurses in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales. Under the Bolton Clarke proposal, former RDNS employees maintained their terms with a wage freeze until RSL deal rates were higher. Last March, Bolton Clarke withdrew from negotiations for a new national agreement. Management then decided to vote on its proposed agreement following the Fair Work Commission`s decision of 12 July to reject the ANMF`s (Vic Branch) request for a Victoria-only agreement, known as a scope.

No Comments

No comments yet.

Comments RSS TrackBack URI

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.