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NZ Bus wage talks reaches agreement at negotiations

Published: Wed 12 Sep 2012 03:25 PM
Press Release – Wednesday 12th September 2012
NZ Bus wage talks reaches agreement at negotiations
NZ Bus, the Tramways Union and First Union are very pleased to announce that they have reached a proposed settlement for the Collective Employment Agreement covering bus drivers and service staff in Auckland today which will be put to union members on Monday for ratification.
Helen Kelly, the President of the CTU, who has been assisting the parties, said she is very pleased an agreement has been reached and is committed to seeing through all opportunities this settlement provides.
Both parties have been involved in constructive dialogue since May and acknowledge the significant progress made in the agreement, which will be recommended to members.
Shane McMahon COO NZ Bus said “we have built a strong relationship with the unions and we will continue to invest in the business to see public transport in Auckland grow”.
The settlement includes a commitment for the parties to work together to use the agreement to build the best bus company in New Zealand.
All industrial action has now been lifted and members will meet on Monday between 11am and 1pm for the ratification meeting.

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