Super Retail Group Enterprise Agreement 2015

The Fair Work Commission can also help employers and workers who are embarking on the “New Approaches” program. Learn more about the new approaches on the Fair Labour Commission website. The CBF`s relationship with the Super Retail Group extends to partnership with the company through the unique business bargaining process, which includes significant employee representation and two major unions. Super Retail Group`s 2015 enterprise agreement has resulted in significant structural changes and productivity improvements. We worked with the company at all stages of the process, including the first strategy, negotiations, technical advice and assistance and cooperation with the Fair Work Commission. Former and current members of the retail management team or team members covered by the enterprise agreement: Super Retail Group is a large, well-established and respected retail company that employs approximately 12,000 people throughout the group. The company of brands such as Amart Sports, Avanti Fitness, BCF Boating Camping Fishing, Goldcross Cycles, Rays, Rebel, Supercheap Auto, Workout World and Super Retail Commercial is active in Australia, New Zealand and China. If a job has a registered contract, the premium does not apply. However, registered contracts apply until they are terminated or replaced. Ph: 1800 413 804 (in) Tel.

0800 567 044 (in NZ) E: teammembersupport@superretailgroup.com If you have sought and cannot reach an agreement: this audit was launched at the end of 2018 after finding a violation of the General Retail Industry Award (GRIA) regarding the underpayment of overtime and allowances for team members participating in Set Up projects. The audit identified a related issue for retail managers (p.B, assistant branch managers and customer service managers) and members of our corporate agreement (EA) team. Fair Work Commission publishes enterprise agreements on this website. The Informant: Issue 1 UNITY, FUNDING and QUALITY – Nick Tindley, Executive Manager, FCB shares his journey to reduce penalties under the 2010 General Retail Industry Award.