EBA9: We’re almost there – member feedback required

5 May 2017 Over the past two days your Union has participated in rigorous EBA9 negotiations with senior Australia Post Management representatives, including CEO Ahmed Fahour. And while we’ve made significant progress on a number of matters you told us were most important to you, we believe it is important
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$5.7 million bonus for Ahmed – $237 for you

20 March 2017 After what was a heated Senate Estimates hearing, it became clear that CEO Ahmed Fahour was on track to taking home a $5.7 million dollar bonus on top of his $1.9 million salary this year. In an attempt to calm the flames, the millionaires’ club – sorry,
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One rule for the executives, another for postal workers

28 February 2017 It is becoming more and more clear that the Federal Government believe one rule applies to the Australia Post executive group and their 35% pay rise, while ordinary postal workers are asked to swallow just 2%. Watch the video below to see Senator Sam Dastyari’s questioning of Communications
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Statement on CEO resignation and profit announcement

23 February 2017 Our Union has enjoyed a largely constructive relationship with Mr Fahour throughout his tenure as CEO and Managing Director and we wish him well in his future endeavours. Rather than the remuneration of one executive, the Australia Post Board’s focus needs to shift back to the pay
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14% – that’s the benchmark

8 February 2017 News broke late yesterday of the Senate Environment and Communications Legislation Committee deciding against Australia Post’s requests to keep the salaries of CEO Ahmed Fahour and his executive group confidential. The Corporation argued in correspondence to the Senate Committee that there was “no public interest” in disclosing
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Bargaining wraps up for 2016

Members are now due to receive the final pay rise payable under EBA8 in their pay packets. That takes members to a 3% remuneration increase this year, EBA8 provided members three successive 3% pay rises and as we negotiate EBA9, we want to build on that result. Bargaining so far
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Negotiations to commence next week

8 November 2016 Following a summit held recently between Australia Post CEO Ahmed Fahour and your CEPU/CWU leadership team, negotiations for a new EBA9 to replace the current EBA8 is scheduled to commence from Tuesday next week. The Bargaining Process Your Union maintains that the best possible outcome for members
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