The 2017 Coles agreement allows part-time workers to work regular overtime hours at the appropriate regular rate (i.e. they receive penalties if they apply). It does not continue the long-standing state of the extra layers in one day (splitting layers). The SDA fought for the best possible results for Coles workers, and the framework of the proposed agreement was approved by hundreds of SDA delegates and Stewards from Coles at meetings across Australia. Option 1: This would mean a significant change in the way you work, but it is your right in accordance with the 2017 agreement. If you don`t want this to happen, then Option 2 is a likely solution The SDA will continue to update sDA members at Coles throughout the process. Coles uses “mycoles” to record all the choices you can make. Some of these provisions of the 2017 agreement allow workers to choose between the standard provision, which automatically applies, and another option. The SDA will roll out the proposed in-store agreement to allow Coles employees to be informed and ask questions. Keep in mind that no proposed school agreement can enter into force without the agreement of all workers.
You have the final say on a new Coles agreement. Keep in mind that, in accordance with the proposed Supermarkets Cole agreement, your catch salary is protected and no one is paid less. If you are not a member of the SDA, it is time to join us so that you can help us protect your salary and conditions. Find your local SDA here. Remember, the SDA is here to help. If you have any questions, call your SDA branch. If you have not given constant consent, Coles can continue to offer you overtime, but at each opportunity, you must obtain your consent to work the hours as normal hours. The SDA provides updates during this process. The SDA has worked hard to ensure that members` top priorities have been successful, so that your salary is guaranteed and everyone receives a pay increase. There are a few members who work most of their hours at night. As part of the 2017 agreement, there are several possible options that may apply.
Our priority is to protect what members of the SDA union have fought for for decades of negotiations. We have now officially reacted to the project of a new agreement, which is an award-winning platform.