Typographical errors letter

Dear StarTrack employee,
It has come to our attention that there are two typographical errors in the copy of the Star Track Express Pty
Limited & StarTrack Retail Pty Limited – Transport Workers’ Union Fair Work Agreement 2014-2017 (new
Agreement), which has been distributed to you.
Unfortunately, these errors came about when the final Agreement was formatted and prepared for printing.
We have previously advised you of the typographical error in clause 33.1. The printed copy reads
33.1 Redundancy pay is provided for in the NES, except that the following amount of severance pay will
apply in lieu of the scale set out in section 119(2) of the Act:
(a) severance pay of 4 weeks for the first year of service; and
(b) severance pay of 3 weeks for each year of service thereafter (or prorata for part years of service)
paid at the employee’s base rate of pay (as defined in the NES).
It should instead read:
33.1 Redundancy pay is provided for in the NES, except that the following amount of severance pay will
apply in lieu of the scale set out in section 119(2) of the Act:
(a) severance pay of 4 weeks for the first year of service; and
(b) severance pay of 3 weeks for each year of service thereafter (or prorata for part years of service),
paid at the employee’s base rate of pay (as defined in the NES).
The second error is that words were missing from the first sentence of clause 15.4. Clause 15.4 should read
There will be no targets, unless otherwise agreed by the parties, on the number of deliveries per day and
all parties agree that, as individuals, they will all perform their duties in such a manner that they will strive
for continuous improvement as a joint objective.
The underlined words are missing from the printed copy of the new Agreement.
We sincerely apologise for these errors.
Rather than reissuing an amended copy of the new Agreement and disrupting the voting process, we are
intending to have these typographical errors corrected before the Fair Work Commission at the time of the
approval of the new Agreement. In this regard, we will be making a formal application to the Commission under
section 586 of the Fair Work Act to correct the errors at the same time as the application for approval of the
Agreement is dealt with.
Both Star Track and the TWU have agreed on this approach.
If you have any questions about this typographical error in the new Agreement, please speak to your manager,
your local HR manager, or your local delegate or union official. You can also email myeba@startrack.com.au.
Kind regards,
Rob Tanti, StarTrack
General Manager, Human Resources
Scott Connelly, Transport Workers’ Union
Assistant State Secretary