Industrial Relations Public Sector

Industrial Relations Public Sector partners with agencies in planning, negotiating, arbitrating and finalising enterprise bargaining agreements and determinations. It develops policies, directives, circulars and guidance notes on industrial relations matters, and manages the industrial relations arrangements between government and government-owned corporations.

State Government Entities Certified ‘Core’ Agreement

Find out the latest information on the progress of the replacement agreement negotiations for the State Government Entities Certified Agreement.

Contracting-out of Services Policy

The Queensland Government Policy on the Contracting-out of Services has been released as part of the Government’s commitment to restoring fairness for its workforce.

The policy applies to all Queensland Government agencies (including departments, public service offices, statutory authorities and other government entities as defined under the Public Service Act 2008) but does not apply to Government Owned Corporations. The use of contractors by GOCs is governed by the 2015 Government Owned Corporations Wages and Industrial Relations Policy principles.

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Employment Security Policy

The Queensland Government has restored this employment security policy for government agencies as part of its commitment to restoring fairness for its workforce.

Summary

The policy applies to all permanent employees of Queensland Government agencies (including departments, public service offices, statutory authorities and other government entities as defined under the Public Service Act 2008).

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Union Encouragement Policy

The Queensland Government has made a commitment to encourage union membership amoung its employees.

The active cooperation of all managers and supervisors is necessary to ensure that the government can honour this commitment.

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Building and construction Code of Practice 2000

To ensure its continued contribution to economic growth the Queensland Government is committed to the development and long-term viability of the building and construction industry in Queensland. This commitment embraces a wide range of initiatives dealing with such issues as licensing, dispute resolution, security of payment, tendering and selection processes, cooperative industrial relations, work health and safety, and skill development. The Queensland Code of Practice for the Building and Construction Industry (the Code) is a key element of the Government's industry-development strategy.

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Last updated 06 September 2018