But the main jobs union says there are few benefits to “the worst [company deal] offer in the history of corporate negotiations at DFAT” and appears poised to campaign for the “no” after crushing defeats of management proposals elsewhere in the Australian civil service. The Community and Public Sector Union sent a newsletter to its members in the department, in which they said their senior managers “presented their final revised corporate agreement and immediately indicated that they believe no further negotiation is possible.” If we need to consult with other people or organisations about your FOI request, we may need your personal data (e.g.B. Your name). If we consult, you may have asked a question, even if we do not disclose your identity. Please let us know if you have any doubts about it. The division`s privacy statement is available at dfat.gov.au/privacy.html. “The current offer is the worst EA offer in the history of corporate negotiations at DFAT and CPSU expects members to want to return to the bargaining table to seek an improved offer for DFAT employees,” the bulletin states. We received your request on September 8, 2019 and the legal 30-day deadline to process your request began the day after that date. You should therefore count on a decision on our part before October 8, 2019. Exclusion of names and contact details of officials:.
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