Woolworths Petrol Enterprise Agreement 2018

As noted above, the sale transaction and strategic partnership are subject to the usual closing conditions, including the granting of regulatory approvals such as the ACCC and FIRB authorization. The transaction is not expected to be completed until January 2, 2018 at the earliest. The agreement means that all wages and working conditions for Woolworth employees are guaranteed for the next four years. All workers receive wage increases, improved turnover charts and access to paid leave for domestic violence. Completion is expected to take place on January 2, 2018. Nearly 68,000 Woolworth employees across Australia took part in the vote, resulting in a 93% “yes” vote in support of the new agreement. Woolworth employees voted overwhelmingly in favour of a new enterprise agreement that restores weekend sentences and protects home pay. You can vote on the agreement online on www.eavote.com.au between October 11 and October 22, 2018. We continue to fight for the new agreement: the AWU (in North Queensland) and AMIEU (Meat Union) have partnered with the SDA to reach an agreement in principle. “We are very pleased that this new agreement has been supported by Woolworths workers across Australia with 93% in favour,” said Dwywer. Delegates from the SDA store recently met across Australia for a detailed report on the progress of negotiations for a new enterprise agreement.

SDA delegates approved the negotiations and authorized the SDA to rule out a new agreement. Average hours are based on actual working hours in May, June and July 2018. There are no current team members working in teams. Current team members can only become shift workers by mutual agreement. The SDA will continue to provide you with updates in the store and www.sda.com.au/woolworths Dwyer is confident that the new agreement contains a wide range of premium terms and privileges above. There are also special cooking production provisions for shift work. There are no current members of the team who work in a pastry production team. Current team members can only become a bakery production worker by mutual agreement. Since February, the SDA has been constantly negotiating a new supermarket agreement with Woolworth and we continue to work hard to reach a new agreement that: the agreement also fulfils “hard-won SDA conditions”, such as voluntary work on public holidays and a 15-minute tea break.