Over 700 protestors called for the restoration of the latest $2.3bn cuts to university and student funding at a rally this afternoon in Sydney’s Victoria Park. Staff from the University of ...
The National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) is urging everyone who cares about higher education to join national protests tomorrow (Tuesday 14 May), to coincide with the Federal Government bringing ...
An email from Mike Holland, NTEU College of Law Branch President:
NTEU COL members oppose College of Law management’s draft Enterprise Agreement and encourages all staff to ...
College of Law management have sent a draft Enterprise Agreement to all staff for consideration. NTEU COL members oppose this Agreement and are encouraging all staff to Vote No in the upcoming ballot to be held January 11 to 14.
This Agreement reduces existing conditions at the College in a number of ways, including abolishing the automatic incremental increase staff receive on the anniversary of their employment for performance-based pay. More details are available at: www.nteu.org.au/nsw/col
The NTEU conducts elections for nearly all positions every two years. Below is a Nomination Form circulated by the Australian Electoral Commission for College of Law Branch.
All NTEU members are ...
The National Tertiary Education Union will fight deep job cuts at the University of Sydney, the University of NSW and Macquarie University, announced by management in recent days.
Yesterday, the NTEU wrote to the Vice Chancellor of Sydney University seeking an urgent meeting regarding rumours of widespread redundancies. We called on management to either deny the persistent rumours or provide staff with information about their plans.
We have had quite a good media response to the story, and university management's initial reaction is in today's Australian. Of particular concern to us is that the "spokesman for the university" did not deny the rumours.
To read the story online, visit: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/higher-education/sydney-to-slash-staff-union-warns/story-e6frgcjx-1226194945964
Our original press release is attached below.
ACTU President Ged Kearney will address the Unions NSW Council meeting (6pm, Thursday 17 November), to speak more about the inquiry into insecure work and the Secure Jobs, Better Future campaign.
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