Posts tagged with enterprise bargaining 2012
On Wednesday December 05, the NTEU will be holding a Members’ Meeting where you will decide how we tell management we are not going to accept being treated with contempt. This meeting is vital to securing an Enterprise Agreement and to ensuring your voice is heard.
YOUR CHANCE TO DECIDE: NTEU MEMBERS MEETING
Where: Chemistry Lecture Theatre 2
When:Wednesday, December 05
For more information contact the NTEU Branch office on 02 9351 2827 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.•
Here is the poster advertisting the upcoming NTEU Members' Meeting on Wednesday, November 21 which will feature Grahame McCulloch, NTEU General Secretary.
Please download, print, and poster your ...•
One year after Management confirmed they wanted to sack staff at the University of Sydney, they are still treating us with disrespect.
Staff say enough is enough! In the end, because of our involvement and activity, management didn't get what they wanted with the job cuts. Together we can make them hear our ideas for a fair Agreement that treats staff with respect.
Michael Thomson, NTEU Sydney Uni Branch President, urges members to come to a meeting to discuss our current round of Enterprise Bargaining and its connection with the No Job Cuts Campaign.
NTEU MEMBERS' MEETING: Enterprise Bargaining and the Anniversary of the No Job Cuts Campaign
Featuring Grahame McCulloch - NTEU General Secretary
When:Wednesday, November 21
Don't let management water down our conditions and make jobs at the University of Sydney less secure.
One Year After Job Cuts Announced, Management is Still Disrespecting Staff
The next NTEU Members’ Meeting is on Wednesday, November 21 and will feature NTEU General Secretary, Grahame McCulloch. Grahame will be discussing the signifcance of our current round of Enterprise Bargaining at the University of Sydney and our role in the national context.
NTEU MEMBERS MEETING:
When:Wednesday, November 21
The Log of Claims for this round of Enterprise Bargaining at the University of Sydney was lodged with management today.
Thanks to all members who gave feedback during the process.
You can download the Log of Claims here:
This version of the Log of Claims supercedes all previous versions.•
The NTEU has lodged our Interim Log of Claims, and last week we discussed with Management setting meetings to begin Enterprise Bargaining.
This log was endorsed at the NTEU Members Meeting on March 21, 2012. It is just the beginning of the campaign, and we encourage all members to contact us with any other issues they would like to see included in this round of Enterprise Bargaining.
We know too, that the Vice Chancellor and the Provost are holding work place meetings around Enterprise Bargaining. The NTEU is encouraging all members to attend these meetings and raise issues from this interim log. We especially encourage members to mention their opposition to the job cuts and to raise issues around job security and redundancy provisions.•
Here is a PDF of an article by Joanna Mather that ran in the AFR on Monday, April 16. It deals with the wage claim for this round of Enterprise Bargaining.•