Ero Agreement

A Registered Employment Contract (REA) is a collective agreement between a union or union and a single employer, employer group or employer organization. An REA may set the wages and conditions of employment of the workers mentioned in the agreement. An REA must be registered with the labour court. The effect of registration makes the REA mandatory for notifying parties. The Chief Executive advises the EPI on the names and locations of all affected staff members who are PSA members and who are not provided by confirmation or reassignment. This consultation must be provided at least one month before the date on which surplus staff are to be laid off. If circumstances warrant, this date may be changed with the agreement of the Chief Executive and the EPI. Additional information is provided to the EPI upon request. After confirmation and agreement between the Executive Chief and PSA on reassignment, when vacancies are still vacant and candidates are PSA members, the employer and the EPI will meet to assess the skills of all employees who do not yet have a position and to reach agreement on the process for appointing new positions. In the event of an overstaffing situation, the Chief Executive may, after consultation with the EPI, confirm in the same position or in a similar position, or reassign to the workers concerned an alternative position for which they are able to reassign them.

This may include mediation to an appropriate agency within an existing agency or a new structure or agency set up as part of the restructuring. This agreement will be available as a collective agreement for new employees who do not apply to employees whose positions are excluded under the above clause, in accordance with the Employment Relations Act 2000. The ERO will create an opportunity that will allow employees to exchange salaries for additional leave and to have banks leaving for future use. This will only be made available to officers in accordance with the DCE and subject to the policies agreed between IMO and EPI. During this period, PSA and the Chief Executive will meet to reach an agreement on the options that are available to surplus staff who are members of the EPI. Options: Temporary employees are only covered by certain clauses of this agreement. The terms and conditions as contained in the collective agreement, which may apply to temporary workers who are members of the EPI, are contained in Appendix II of this agreement. The purpose of the AdUs is to clarify and be transparent about the tariffs for which additional payments are made and the amounts to be paid. The objective is also to ensure consistency and to recognize the additional tasks that the staff under this agreement could perform.

This procedure for registering additional tasks is also intended to support further planning and development within the organization and to reduce administrative costs, as units are issued for a period of one year or more.