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The NTEU University of New England protected industrial action ballot opened last week and our members should have received their ballots by this afternoon.
Among the important issues members are seeking to address in the new Enterprise Agreement are: Clearer regulation of workloads, addressing the problems of trimesters, obtaining a pay increase for English language teachers that gives them the respect they are due, reducing casualisation, achieving a much greater level of collegiality, including genuine consultation provisions and proper complaint-handling procedures. Read more here.
It has been over 8 months since we served our first log of claims, but little progress has been made. We think it is time NTEU members had the option of taking action to achieve our goals and put an end to the university management’s intransigence.
Please vote! If you are unsure or have any questions about the ballot please do not hesitate to contact the branch (ext.3175) or our AEC Returning Officer (details below).
If you have not received your ballot paper by Wednesday 6th, please get in touch with our AEC Returning Officer Yvonne Lea, on 6772 5424 or Yvonne.email@example.com
Industrial action on agenda at the University of Sydney and the University of New England over enterprise bargaining
Staff at the University of Sydney and the University of New England will vote in the next month over industrial action on enterprise bargaining, following successful applications to Fair Work ...
A hundred people attended the NTEU forum in Armidale on 2 August on investment in regional universities. Keynote speaker was ABC Radio National science broadcaster Robyn ...
Round Six of university enterprise bargaining is underway following a successful meeting of approximately eighty delegates from across NTEU’s university branches to debate key strategies and ...
On Thursday 6 May 2010, UNE senior managers met with six representatives from the Commonwealth Departments of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations and of Innovation, Industry, Science and ...