All employees to be covered by the proposed Agreement will be notified seven days before voting commences. This is called the “access period”. Employees will be provided with a copy of the proposed Enterprise Agreement and other explanatory materials during the access period.
Employees will also be notified of the time and place that the vote will take place and the voting method that will be used.
If a majority of employees do not vote in support of the proposed agreement, then the bargaining representatives may resume negotiations.
The following documents will be a helpful source of information regarding the voting process.
All employees who have not voted in the attendance ballot will recieve their instructions to phone and internet vote from the AEC approximately 15 minutes prior to the phone and internet ballot opening on 24 September.
The document explains how to participate in the phone and internet vote.
|Documents will be made available here for viewing and download as they become available throughout the Bargaining Process.
|20/09/2021||This document outlines the voting schedule for the 2021 EA Voting||EA 2021 Voting Schedule|
|13/09/2021||This document explains the voting process including what employees need to do, where they need to go, what they need to bring, and who to speak to if they have questions.||EA How to Vote - September 2021|
|13/09/2021||This document explains the voting process and explains who is eligible to vote, the difference between attendance voting, phone and internet voting, and how the vote is counted.||EA 2021 - September Voting Process|
|13/09/2021||Frequently asked questions which specifically relate to the Voting process.||Hastings Deering Voting FAQ 2021|
This document explains how to participate in the phone and internet vote.
All employees who have not voted in the attendance ballot will recieve their instructions to phone and internet vote from the AEC 15 minutes prior to the phone an internet ballot opening on 24 September.
|Phone and Internet Voting Information|