TWU

Fair Work seals the deal on new Toll agreement


IT’S OFFICIAL: after months of negotiations and an overwhelming 92% YES vote from Toll workers, the Fair Work Commission has sealed the deal on the new Toll agreement.

The agreement will increase superannuation payments to 14.75% over 3 years, protect and enhance hours though improvements to full utilisation and casual conversion and boost pay by 7% to 2019 in addition to a one off bonus. It will also preserves existing penalty rates and dispute resolution clauses.

“Toll employees want an efficient, well-run company that is successful and can provide quality jobs. TWU members fought hard to win an agreement that will delivers this and reward their hard work and commitment to the company,” said TWU National Secretary Tony Sheldon.

“Our member-led negotiating team pressed the case strenuously for an agreement that would provide protections and benefits for the company and staff into the future,” Sheldon added.

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