Abc Senior Executive Agreement

A CBA spokesperson said the increase in board compensation from fiscal year 2017-18 to 2018-19 was primarily due to the cost of termination payments. “On the basis [of the dismissal provisions in Section 54 of ABC`s company agreement], I do not believe that the ABC has the right to reduce a worker`s employment rights by referring to earlier part-time periods,” Bornstein said. `Workers are in principle entitled to severance pay on the basis of their salary at the time of termination of employment.` “The CBA reiterates its apologies for underpaying Flatrate Casuals,” the spokesman said. “The ABC recently renegotiated its company agreement with employees, the CPSU [Community and Public Sector Union] and the MEAA, with a focus on the termination clause, and no issues were raised during these negotiations on the ABC`s methodology.” Michael Lallo is the lead cultural author of The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. “Management has made all the right noises to support rural coverage, emergency programming, gender and race diversity, podcasting and art,” one collaborator said. “Yet they have the effect of eliminating the jobs of people in leadership positions in these fields, most of whom are women with a lot of experience.” Among those who have left or are leaving soon are US office manager Zoe Daniel, planning director for ABC Regional and local Andrea Ho, The World Today host Eleanor Hall, Karen Percy, Melbourne`s senior journalist, Von The Signal podcast executive producer Elizabeth Jackson, and podcasting chief Kellie Riordan. Others, including national art and culture journalist Michaela Boland and national rural and regional journalist Dominique Schwartz, have abolished their positions, but sources say they could be relocated.