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Railpage Australia understands a new Enterprise Agreement 2012-2015 for the Rail Operations Division of Metro Trains Melbourne, inclusive of a 13% pay rise, has been overwhelmingly endorsed by Rail Operations employees.
A significant majority of employees voted 'yes' for the new Agreement during a series of voting meetings held over the past 10 days.
The Agreement will now be lodged with Fair Work Australia for approval to take effect as soon as possible.
Once this process is complete, employees will see the first pay increase in the next full pay period, which will include back-payments to 1 July 2012.
The Agreement is considered a fair and affordable outcome for Metro and provides remuneration improvements for employees that are well above CPI.
In addition, the new Agreement factors in a number of productivity and efficiency improvements that will contribute to the rapid growth of our network.
We would like to acknowledge the Rail, Tram and Bus Union who completed the negotiating process in good faith, and we are very pleased to have come to an agreement quickly.
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