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Four Pillars resourcing mix Joint Audit review

28 Jun 2018, 07:47

Has anyone heard of progress on the joint audit to establish the current resourcing mix re agency/casual usage & agreement on permanent employee resourcing options?

Edit from the Four Pillars of Security and Pay National Agreement.

16.2 Processing (Mail centres & RDC’s)

16.2.1 Joint Activity to Deliver the 1st hour of the SWW

To enable a reduction of one hour to the working week, from 39 hours to 38 hours, a review will take
place at each Mail centre/ RDC. …………….
As defined in the resourcing section of this document both parties recognise that in some locations
resourcing arrangements are currently inconsistent with the standards defined in the agenda for growth
and job security agreements, with regard to the resourcing mix. It is a joint aspiration to reduce the
number of Agency/Casual workers within our facilities and to enable this, a joint audit will take place
at each mail centre/RDC to establish the current resourcing mix. This audit will review the current year
round levels of current agency/casual usage at each site and examine the root cause of use and agree
alternative permanent employee resourcing options. This may include assessment of current and future
weekend resourcing requirements.


Four Pillars resourcing mix Joint Audit review

28 Jun 2018, 07:52

rogersh wrote:It is a joint aspiration to reduce the
number of Agency/Casual workers within our facilities and to enable this, a joint audit will take place
at each mail centre/RDC to establish the current resourcing mix. This audit will review the current year
round levels of current agency/casual usage at each site and examine the root cause of use and agree
alternative permanent employee resourcing options. This may include assessment of current and future
weekend resourcing requirements.

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If anything with Network 18, we're very likely going to see an increase in the number of casuals and part-timers

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