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SA Power Networks / Enerven Enterprise Agreement Updates.

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ADA CEPU partnership

The CEPU has partnered with ADA Australia to assist all CEPU SA members and their families to ‘Stay Safe and Be Well’ by providing you with resources, advice and assistance for getting help when you need it.
With this partnership, you now have access to the CEPU SA Support and Learning Hub, a one-stop shop for all of ADA Australia’s services.
The Hub is there to help you grow your knowledge concerning mental health, alcohol and drugs, and is available 24 hours a day.
Additionally, ADA Australia also provides a 24-hour telephone helpline, ‘A Friendly Ear’, which is available to all CEPU SA members and their families. If you are carrying any concerns of mental health or o
ther disorders, or are concerned about a family member or workmate, ADA Australia’s friendly Ear service is always there, always ready for the call.
Our direct helpline can be contacted on 1800 232 287.
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To help members keep a focus on the things that matter, to help them protect their mental health and to stay connected with friends and family, ADA Australia is running a series of short online Toolbox Talks every Tuesday morning (10:30am - 11:00am) for the month of October (which is Mental Health Month).

These online Toolbox Talks are free and open to all; just login via the link.
Conducted by ADA Australia's senior trainer Ella Mano, they will provide practical advice and tips - in a friendly, casual format - for protecting mental health and wellbeing.
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4 days ago

CEPU SA

The ACTU has written to Scott Morrison regarding his decision to tear up the contract with Naval Group to build 12 Attack Class submarines for the RAN.
This decision will massively increase the cost to the taxpayer, delay the delivery of new subs to the navy by 10 years, reduce the number of subs from 12 to 8, reduce the amount of local content in the build, reduce the number of local jobs and and postpone the start of those jobs for many years.
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4 days ago

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NECA are at it again.
This time they’re using the COVID-19 pandemic as a political tool to keep wages down and attacking some of the lowest paid workers – apprentices.
Please comment on the post and let NECA know their attitude towards working people is disgusting, and that they should be paying apprentices a fair wage.
Many of our apprentices are currently getting paid less than the national adult minimum wage, and yet they’re doing complex, high risk electrical work.
NECA’s chief executive pays himself more than $250,000 per year.
Neither NECA nor the ETU have any influence or control over the wages of Australian nurses, and for the record, we stand in solidarity with them in their campaign for a wage increase.
Us workers need to stick together. #unionstrongThe ETU is trying to force through a pay rise of up to 74% for electrical apprentices that would make them better paid than nurses. It is out of step with community expectations and NECA is opposing it in the Fair Work Commission.

#neca #necaadvocacy #electricalcontractors #advocacy
#electricians #electrician #electricalindustry #buildingconstruction #trades #electrotechnology #buildingconstruction #electrical #tradespeople #apprentices #covid19 #pandemic
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6 days ago

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The ACTU has written to treasurer Josh Frydenberg about the Australian union movements serious concerns regarding the proposed sale of Spark Infrastructure - who own 49% of UMPL, which in turn owns SA Power Networks and Enerven - to a consortium led by US investment firm KKR.
The peak body for Australian unions will also be writing to the Canadian unions whos members capital is part of this transaction.
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2 weeks ago

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Unions and the South Australian opposition are calling on Steven Marshall to clearly explain how he will support South Australian workers in the face of his federal colleagues shock decision to tear up the $90B contract with Naval Group to build the navy's future submarines. ... See MoreSee Less

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