- The NTEU has been attempting to discuss staff concerns about the timetable process and policy with management since February this year. The new timetabling policy assumes that everyone involved in teaching at CSU (academics and general staff who directly support teaching) will be available for internal classes between 7am and 8pm, Monday to Friday, and possibly in some situations until 10pm.
- Find important information about the rights of casual staff at CSU and join the campaign to improve casual working conditions as part of the 2012 Enterprise Bargaining Campaign. The CSU NTEU Branch is also participating in the Australian Council of Trade Unions Inquiry into Insecure Work in Australia.
- A fairer and more transparent process General Staff Reclassification was one of our key claims in negotiating our new enterprise agreement at CSU. The NTEU is now working to ensure the new process is effectivly implemented.
- Members of the CSU Branch have worked hard to ensure that the CSU Agreement now contains measures designed to ease the workload strain on academic staff and make workloads more transparent and standardised. These include caps on teaching and teaching-rela
- The Health and Safety of CSU staff is of prime importance and the NTEU is concerned about the delays to elections of Occupational Health and Safety Campus Committies that had been due in July 2010.
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