Rasa Enterprise Agreement 2014
The RASA Enterprise Agreement of 2014 was a significant development in the field of labor relations in Australia. This agreement, which was negotiated between the Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) and the Rail, Tram and Bus Industry Union (RTBUI), aimed to improve the working conditions and wages of rail, tram, and bus drivers across the country.
The agreement covers a range of important issues, including pay rates, working hours, leave entitlements, and job security. One of the key provisions of the agreement is a commitment to maintaining safe working conditions for all employees. This includes regular safety training, proper equipment maintenance, and the provision of appropriate protective gear.
Another important aspect of the RASA Enterprise Agreement of 2014 is its focus on gender equity. The agreement includes provisions aimed at addressing the gender pay gap and ensuring that women are not discriminated against in the workplace.
The agreement also includes provisions aimed at promoting career development and training opportunities for employees. This includes the provision of training courses and qualifications that can help employees to advance their careers and increase their earning potential.
Since the implementation of the RASA Enterprise Agreement of 2014, there have been significant improvements in the working conditions and wages of rail, tram, and bus drivers across Australia. The agreement has helped to promote safer and more equitable workplaces, while also encouraging career development and training opportunities for employees.
Overall, the RASA Enterprise Agreement of 2014 is a landmark agreement that has had a significant impact on the Australian labor market. Its focus on safety, gender equity, and career development has helped to improve the lives of thousands of workers across the country.