Bulletin 12 - Reminder to vote - issued 4 November 2021
The Ballot for the NTPS General Agreement closes 3.00pm Friday 12 November 2021
The ballot for the proposed Northern Territory Public Sector 2021 – 2025 Enterprise Agreement closes at 3.00pm on Friday 12 November 2021.
If you haven’t already voted I encourage you to take part in the ballot by casting your vote.
All employees are entitled to vote. You do not have to be a union member to participate in the ballot.
Make Your Vote Count
The proposed agreement provides for a range of significantly improved employment conditions, job certainty and addresses a number of priority issues raised by bargaining representatives.
If the majority of employees who vote, vote YES, and the agreement is approved by the Fair Work Commissioner, the significant improvements to terms and conditions of employment for employees will be implemented.
Every vote is important and can make a difference and I encourage you to take part in this ballot by casting your vote.
If the vote isn’t supported the current agreement will continue to apply, the lump sum payments can’t be passed on nor the offered improvements to conditions.
Northern Territory Electoral Commission
If you haven’t received an email to vote, or need assistance to vote, please contact NTEC on 8999 7641.
The NTEC ballot process ensures that all employee personal details remain confidential, and that voting preferences cannot be identified.
The ballot count will be conducted at the NTEC Office in Darwin, Level 3 TCG Centre 80 Mitchell Street Darwin. The Commissioner will advise employees of the ballot result via a bulletin and a notice on the enterprise bargaining website for the General NTPS Enterprise Agreement Negotiations.
Links to the proposed agreement, explanatory notes and relevant documents referenced in the proposed agreement are available in Bulletin 10. There should also be hard copies available in your workplace.
For further information on the proposed agreement, the explanatory notes or the ballot process, please contact OCPE on email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 8999 4282.
Regular updates in relation to the bargaining process are available on the OCPE Webpage.
Vicki Telfer PSM
Commissioner for Public Employment
3 November 2021
Last updated: 04 May 2022
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