University of New England
One could be forgiven for being confused about the respective positions of UNE’s management and the National Tertiary Education Union (NTEU) in the current round of collective bargaining. It’s been a long haul, with bargaining commencing for academic staff twelve months ago and six months ago for ELC and general/professional
Professional, academic and ELC staff at the University of New England have put together a terrific video, calling on the management at UNE to engage with its staff on issues affecting the campus, such as a lack of transparency in decision processes and selection panels, a dire loss of collegiality borne out of poor business decisions (like the current trimesterisation model) and the lack of consultation with staff on matters that affect them.
These issues can be alleviated, allowing for a far better workplace for all staff. It just requires leadership with that vision.
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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 ...
The NTEU is urging everyone who cares about higher education to join national protests tomorrow (Tuesday 14 May), to coincide with the Federal Government bringing down its budget.
Next week Tuesday May 14 from 12:30 until 1:30 pm in E07 Education RM133, as part of a nationwide protest there will be 2 insightful critiques on the topic of the recent announcement by the Federal Government on funding cuts to the higher education sector.
Room N06 -1.09 Patience Thoms Bdg Nathan Campus
Phone: 07 3735 7635
Fax: 07 3735 7964