Voting Information - State Government Entities Certified Agreement 2019
From tomorrow you can vote on your EB Agreement.
This is the ballot for all employees covered by the Agreement. Union members have fought hard for the improvements contained in this Agreement and the union membership voted 98% in favour of the settlement offer in December. That is why we are here now – thanks to you and your efforts in not giving up.
The wages process will be locked into the agreement as a legally binding process but, given the current health pandemic, how that occurs is uncertain. We should be conscious of the changed environment and the possibility that Commissions may take longer to run these processes. We will keep members up to date throughout.
If you have any questions about the content of the Agreement, please do not hesitate to email email@example.com or call us on 1800 177 244.
The information below has been sent out by Government about the ballot. It includes contact information for the company running the ballot in case you don’t get your information tomorrow.
INFORMATION ABOUT VOTING
Who is running the ballot?
Who are GoVote?
GoVote is an independent voting company specialising in the management of electronic secret ballots. Office of Industrial Relations, on behalf of your Agency/Entity, has appointed GoVote to manage this ballot, and they have provided us with your details because you are eligible to vote. Your details are used to control access to the ballot. Your voting preference is not recorded against your GoVote PIN or Date Of Birth, which means your vote remains anonymous.
For more information relating to the ballot process please visit the voting webpage.
The ballot will be open from 08:00 am AEST on Tuesday 24th March 2020 until 05:00 pm AEST on Friday 3rd April 2020. You are able to cast your vote at any time during this period.
It is proposed that once certified by the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission, the State Government Entities Certified Agreement 2019 will replace the current relevant industrial instruments and those instruments will be terminated by agreement. The current relevant industrial instruments are the State Government Entities Certified Agreement 2015, the Queensland Office of Gaming Regulation Casino Based Inspectors' Determination 2002 and the Parliamentary Service Certified Agreement 2009. For more information please visit the Government website or contact your employer.