Queensland Police Service Enterprise Agreement

The Queensland Police Service (QPS) has recently signed a new enterprise agreement (EA) with the Queensland Government to replace the previous agreement which expired in 2019. The new agreement covers over 15,000 QPS employees and will be in effect from July 2021 to June 2024.

The enterprise agreement outlines the terms and conditions of employment for QPS employees, including salary increases, working hours, and other benefits. One of the main features of the new agreement is a 2.5% per annum pay increase for the next three years. This is expected to provide a much-needed boost to QPS employees who have been working tirelessly to keep the community safe during these unpredictable times.

The new agreement also provides for additional leave entitlements and working arrangements, including flexible working hours and job sharing. These initiatives aim to support work-life balance for QPS employees, recognizing the challenging nature of their work.

While the new enterprise agreement has been welcomed by QPS employees and their representatives, it is important to note that it has not been without controversy. Some police unions have expressed frustration with the agreement, claiming that the pay increase is not sufficient and that more should have been done to address concerns around workload and workplace culture.

Overall, the new Queensland Police Service enterprise agreement represents an important step forward in supporting the wellbeing and job satisfaction of QPS employees, particularly given the challenging nature of their work. The agreement is also testament to the commitment of the Queensland Government and QPS leadership to support the critical work of the police force, ensuring that they have the resources and support they need to keep the community safe.

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