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Aggregate gender pay gap (GPG) data for the Western Australian public sector indicates that the GPG for permanent and fixed term full time and part time employees was 16.3 per cent in June 2014, compared to 16.9 per cent GPG recorded as at June 2013. To improve pay equity there are four key stages...
Pay equity
In 2014-15 WorkSafe proposes to conduct the following safety projects subject to availability of resources. All industries Communicable diseases Labour hire - Checklist Accommodation, cafes and restaurants Catering - Media statement - Checklist Restaurants - Media statement - Checklist Agriculture...
Workplace inspections
Background - what is GA7? The General Agreement 7 (GA7) negotiations are the seventh set of negotiations that have occurred with the Civil Service Association (CSA) under the general agreement framework since 2002. The primary agreement being negotiated for replacement is the Public Service and...
Issues and developments
Archived circulars are no longer in effect and are provided for historical and information purposes only (for example if an agency requires the information to resolve a historical dispute or a claim for entitlements). Implementation guidelines and explanatory notes to previous General Agreements...
Circulars to departments and authorities
Circulars to departments and authorities are utilised to provide the following types of labour relations instructions, information and advice: Instructions on how to respond to specific labour relations issues. Guidelines to support the implementation of Commerce policy statements or other...
Circulars to departments and authorities
As outlined in the Premier’s Circular 2013/03 the Coordination and Governance of Public Sector Labour Relations, the Public Sector Directorate has the authority to issue general correspondence to Chief Executive Officers on labour relations matters. General correspondence can be issued in the form...
Circulars for chief executive officers
The following is a list of public sector awards, agreements and agency specific agreements. This list is maintained by the Department of Commerce Labour Relations Division. Whilst every attempt is made to ensure that information contained on this page is up to date, the accuracy, currency and...
Public sector awards and agreements
Please note that these links lie outside the Department of Commerce website. These sites may not reflect the views of the Department. Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission Phone: (08) 9420 4444 Department of Premier & Cabinet...
Links to relevant agencies
Labour relations advisers respond to many enquiries from public sector agencies. Some of the most commonly asked questions and their answers can be found here. Q. Can employees seek advice from the Public Sector Labour Relations? A. No. The role of the Public Sector Labour Relations is to provide...
Frequently asked questions
Circulars to departments and authorities are utilised to provide the following types of labour relations instructions, information and advice: Instructions on how to respond to specific labour relations issues. Guidelines to support the implementation of Commerce policy statements or other...
Circulars to departments and authorities

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