University of Melbourne

All Posts

  1. Working with Children's Check at MU Sport

    Posted 1 September 2014 by Corey Rabaut (University of Melbourne)

    The NTEU questioned a new requirement for staff at the Melbourne University Sport to have a Working With Children Check. Apart from whether or not this was actually needed, the University was ...

    Read More

  2. Certainty on BIP Transition Roles

    Posted 1 September 2014 by Corey Rabaut (University of Melbourne)

    Certainty over transitional roles

    The NTEU has reached an agreement with the University to provide a greater degree of certainty for the 243 transitional staff in the rollout to the new operating ...

    Read More

    2 comments Tags:
  3. UniHealth Insurance at University of Melbourne

    Posted 20 August 2014 by Corey Rabaut (University of Melbourne)

    UniHealth Insurance is presenting a ‘Lunch & Learn’ session for NTEU members and providing no obligation one to one ‘Comparisons of Cover’ throughout the day. UniHealth ...

    Read More

    Bulletin Or Leaflet
    (484 KB) - PDF

    UniHealth Insurance at UoM

    • Published: 20 Aug, 2014

  4. 'Know Your Rights' Roadshow at Uni Melb

    Posted 20 August 2014 by Rebecca Muratore (University of Melbourne)

    We are kicking of our ‘Know Your Rights’ Roadshow on Wednesday August 27, and warmly invite you to participate. Over the next few weeks, we will be holding lunchtime seminars and ...

    Read More

    2 comments Tags: , , ,
  5. Media Release: Improved ranking shows job cuts unnecessary

    Posted 15 August 2014 by Courtney Sloane (NTEU National Office)

    Melbourne University’s ranking in the top 50 universities in the world has left the NTEU questioning again the University's decision to cut 500 jobs.

    The University has reallocated $70 million ...

    Read More

  6. Sign up to help your union at UoM Open Day

    Posted 11 August 2014 by Rebecca Muratore (University of Melbourne)

    NTEU Members at the University of Melbourne have voted to take campaign action against the cuts and BIP proposal at Open Day on Sunday 17th of August. We need you to make our action a success. Sign ...

    Read More

    Let us know when you are available to help us leaflet on Open Day, Sunday 17th August at Parville, or any other way you can help our campaign 
    What times are you available? Click as many as apply. 
    Contact details Please provide contact details so we can follow you up with more information about action on the day

    * denotes required field

  7. UoM members commit to further campaign action on Open Day

    Posted 11 August 2014 by Rebecca Muratore (University of Melbourne)

    At a meeting of union members at the Parkville campus last Thursday, union members voted to continue our campaign against these job cuts by taking action at Open Day this Sunday 17th August. The ...

    Read More

  8. Update on UoM ITS policy dispute- Survey now open.

    Posted 6 August 2014 by Rebecca Muratore (University of Melbourne)

    Recently, the NTEU raised a dispute with the University over the development and proposed implementation of an 'out of hours' policy for ITS staff. NTEU members and organisers had a number of ...

    Read More

    Other
    (316 KB) - PDF
  9. Bluestocking Week - Abbott Govt has crossed the line

    Posted 6 August 2014 by Jeannie Rea (NTEU National Office)

    In the lead up to Bluestocking Week 2014 (11-15 August), NTEU National President Jeannie Rea asks are we standing still or actually going backwards? Will women’s achievements in higher ...

    Read More

  10. URGENT members meeting to discuss final BIP proposal at Melbourne University

    Posted 1 August 2014 by Rebecca Muratore (University of Melbourne)

    On Wednesday 30th July the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Margaret Sheil, gave details of the final BIP change proposal, and the University’s decision to continue with their plan to cut a large number ...

    Read More

    Bulletin Or Leaflet
    (128 KB) - PDF

    UoM Meeting 7 August

    • Published: 01 Aug, 2014

    0 comments Tags: ,